Muslim World League’s Historic Multifaith Forum in Saudi Arabia

The Muslim World League held the Forum on Common Values Among Religious Followers, a multifaith event with leaders from around the world in Riyadh,

Zion Lutheran Church (by Royalbroil, Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0)

Spiritual Preservation Comes in Many Forms

For whom do the bells toll? In Appleton, Wisconsin, it’s for the parishioners of Zion Lutheran Church, and it’s thanks to the sturdy hands

Washington D.C. Temple at dusk in Kensington, Maryland, USA.

Washington D.C. Temple Opens Doors to General Public for First Time in 50 Years

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has completed a two year renovation project of their Washington D.C. Temple. As with other LDS

Washington National Cathedral Achieves the Status of “Megachurch”

The Washington National Cathedral has achieved the status of “megachurch” by streaming their religious services online through the pandemic lockdowns over the last two

Middle Collegiate Church, in East Village, New York

The Oldest Active Christian Congregation in America Finds a New Home — in a Synagogue

Middle Collegiate Church, in the East Village of New York City, organized in 1628, was the oldest of all continuously active congregations in America

Going to Church in Medieval England

How Life in England in the Middle Ages Revolved Around the Church—Particularly at Easter

As Easter approaches, an article on History Extra, the official website of BBC History Magazine, explains that in Medieval England, although everyone was expected

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How Changing Demographics of Italian Villages Have Taken Their Toll on Magnificent Churches

Photo stories on the Metropolitan Museum and Smithsonian websites this month pay homage to the beauty of Italy’s village churches—at least 1,000 of which

Patriarch Bartholomew signing the tomos of autocephaly of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine

Eastern Orthodox Theologian Warns of Troubling Times

The war in Ukraine has enormous religious implications and is deeply troubling to Eastern Orthodox Catholics in the United States, according to a leading

Remembering Cheyenne Chief and Mennonite Pastor Homer Hart

Lawrence Homer Hart, whose Cheyenne name was He’amavehonevėstse or Sky Chief, died March 6 at 89. Principal peace chief of the Cheyenne, Hart was

Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville

University Student Challenges “No Contact” Order as Religious Discrimination

Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville graduate student Maggie DeJong received three “No Contact Orders” in February from the university, prohibiting contact and indirect communication