Has Separation of Church and State Gone Too Far?

Religious News From Around the Web December 13, 2021

Guru Nanak Sikh Documentary on PBS; New Research on Religious Exemptions from COVID Vaccine; Defend Religiously Affiliated Child Care; Fauci Asks Faith Leaders to

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.

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

Religious News From Around the Web September 13, 2021

Religious Artisans Find Inspiration in Faith From stained-glass to calligraphy, art has always contributed to religious traditions. Forbidden images, illuminated manuscripts and even maps

UN Rules France’s ‘Burqa Ban’ is a Violation of Muslim Women’s Rights

Religious News From Around the Web August 23, 2021

In China, ‘Xi Jinping Thought’ Is the Only Accepted Religion; Churches “Essential” In One State at Least; Sharia Law Coming to Afghanistan; Update on

Religious News From Around the Web August 17, 2020

Call to Recognize Sarna Religion, Hindu Religious Figures Raise Protest, Shinto Priests Bless Head of 60-Foot tall robot, Junipero Serra Supporters Push Back, Religious

Religious News From Around the Web March 30, 2020

Hopeful Coronavirus News, Online Passover and Baptisms, Medical Masks Discovered in Crypt, Patron Saint of Epidemic Resistance, 12 Beautiful Jain Temples, Muslim and Jewish

Religious News From Around the Web, Jan 20th 2020

Confessional Seal Breach, Sikhs Census, Vaccination Exemptions, Methodist Agree to Split, 50 Countries Suppressive to Christians, India’s CAA Turmoil, China Increases Social Control Sikhs

Holiday Gift Ideas Across Various Religions, By Alexandra Rogers

There is much to dislike about the secular holiday season. In many cases, gifting now has the burden of obligation, of a required ritual,

Marching for Religious Interfaith

On September 22nd, as part of a celebration of International Peace Day, marches were held around the world to celebrate Religious Peace and Justice.