Religious public schools

Oklahoma: Both Sides Cite Religious Freedom in Ongoing Legal Dispute Over America’s First Religious Public School

It began in May of this year when Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill into law that gave a tax incentive to parents

While “There Is No Intention To Legitimize Anything,” Vatican Allows Blessings For Same-Sex Couples

In a move laden with caveats and provisos, but nonetheless regarded as “a real development,” according to its author, Cardinal Víctor Manuel Fernández, the

Priest in Union

May Trans People Be Baptized? Yes, Says Catholic Church. But…

Vatican doctrine permits the baptism of transgender people and allows them as well to serve as witnesses at Catholic weddings, according to a recently

Visit Saint Porphyrius Church with Orthodox Bishop Alexis in Gaza

Christian Presence in Peril: Displacement and Harassment in the Holy Land

As the Israeli military advances further into Gaza City to eliminate Hamas, concerns are rising about the potential disappearance of Christians in the area

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Indonesia to Indigenize the Arabic Name for ‘Jesus Christ’

Come 2024, the world’s most populous Muslim country—Indonesia— will stop using the Arabic term for Jesus Christ when referring to Christian holidays and will

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Istanbul’s First New Church in Over a Century Sparks Joy Along With Calls for More Respect for Minority Religions

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said of it, “The church we have built is a symbol of freedom of religion and belief in our

Pope Francis

Pope Francis Calls For Catholic Church Theologians to Embrace a Deeper Connection With the Challenges of Daily Life

Pope Francis is encouraging Catholic theologians to better understand the concerns of everyday individuals and he advocates for open dialogues with both non-believers and

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British Christian Organization Launches Online Survey to Gauge Religious Exclusion Levels

Amid rising worries about an increasing number of reports detailing intolerance and bias encountered by Christians in the United Kingdom in recent years, a

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How a TV Personality’s Faith Helped Her Overcome Her Health Challenges

American television talk show host Maria Menounos recently shared details about her newborn daughter, her intentions to raise her family within the Greek Orthodox

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Lawsuit Over Revival Assembly Prompts West Virginia School District to Require Religious Freedom Training

A West Virginia school district has implemented a policy requiring annual training on religious freedom as a stipulation in a lawsuit settlement following a