Teen “Slacktivism” In Church is a Myth

Religious News from Around the Web December 6, 2021

Supreme Court Hears Abortion Case; Will Biden Bill Eliminate Religious Groups from Childhood Care? Why Do Some Christians Reject Vaccines? Religiously “Affiliated” or “Unaffiliated”

Mississippi Schools Cannot Display Religious Items

Money, schools and religion: A controversial combo returns to the Supreme Court by Charles J. Russo

Since 1947, one topic in education has regularly come up at the Supreme Court more often than any other: disputes over religion. That year,

Religious News From Around the Web November 29, 2021

Americans and Life after Death; United Methodist Split Meeting On For Now; Philly Pays Up, Catholic Adoption Agency Can Decline Same-Sex Parents; Opinion: Build

Religious News From Around the Web November 22, 2021

Catholic Bishops Avoid Direct Rebuff of Biden over Abortion; Forty-One Countries Ban Religion-Related Groups; Christian Florist Settles Suit with Same-Sex Couple; Congress Issues Resolution

How Do You Get Religion Understood?

Church attendance in the U.S. is on a 20-year nosedive. From 70% attending services in 1999, it has declined year after year to 47%

Religious News From Around the Web November 8, 2021

Sikh Festival Draws 100,000 to Yuba City, Calif.; Texas Voters Amend State Constitution, Expand Religious Liberty; Judge: Religion Exempt From LGBTQ Bias Liability; U.S.

Religious News From Around the Web November 1, 2021

President Biden “a Good Catholic” Says Pope Francis; Buddhist Reality and Freedom From Illusion; Ásatrú, Viking Religion on Rise in Iceland; Religious Exemption to

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How Does Apple Enforce Communist Party Religious Censorship in China?

Apple has just removed several religious apps from the App Store of China, a move denying millions what the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) say

Archbishop Chaput Wants Pope to Cancel Youth Conference

What is the Synod of Bishops? A Catholic Priest and Theologian Explains, By William Clark

On Oct. 10, 2021, Pope Francis formally opened a two-year process called “a synod on synodality,” officially known as Synod 2021-2023: For a Synodal

Azusa Pacific University Ends LGBTQ Ban…again

Religious News From Around the Web October 25, 2021

Prayers Requested for Haiti Missionary Hostages; The Gulf Between “Free Exercise” and “Freedom of Worship”; LGBTQ Support of Utah Compromise; Afghan Sikhs Must Convert