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

New Faith-Based Documentary Series Jeen‑Yuhs on Kanye West

Netflix has released Jeen-Yuhs, a faith-based documentary series on the career of musician Kanye West. The series covers his life and career beginning in

Religious News From Around The Web March 8, 2022

Dutch Football Superstar Embraces Islam; Jewish Telegraph Shares a Tale of Pride of a Ukrainian Jew Living in New York; New Denomination of United

The Church of England General Synod meeting

Church of England Holds Debates on Archbishop of Canterbury Election

In a Church of England General Synod meeting this past month a proposal was debated to increase representatives of the global Anglican Communion in

Father Stu

Catholic Actor Mark Wahlberg Stars in Biopic of Boxer Turned Priest in Father Stu

Mark Wahlberg has just released the trailer for his first faith-based film about the harrowing life of Father Stuart Long (Father Stu). The film

Religious News From Around the Web February 28, 2022

Supreme Court Religion Cases and the Future; High Court Takes up Clash between LGBTQ and Religious Rights; Religious Objection to COVID Mandate Rejected; Biden

Religious News From Around the Web February 21, 2022

Changes in Religion and Family Life; What does Religion Have to Do with College Grades? Do Americans Support Religious Freedom? Religious freedom bill gains

Religious News From Around the Web February 7, 2022

Blasphemy and Apostasy Punished; Winter Olympics -- Thawing of China's Treatment of Religious Minorities? China May Restrict Religious Expression Following Olympics; Streaming Online a

White House Declares Holocaust Remembrance Week

Religious News From Around the Web January 31, 2022

Concern Over India’s Violations of Religious Freedom; Pope Denounces Misinformation on Vaccines; World Remembers Holocaust; Human Rights Concerns Persist as Winter Olympics Begin; Supreme

Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh Receives the Luxembourg Peace Prize

Religious News From Around the Web January 24, 2022

New Committee Supports Candidates who Favor Religious Liberty; Trump and Evangelical Christians; Majority of Americans Believe Religion Under Attack; Court: Civil Authorities Have No