Profiles in Faith: Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Introduction Impelled by his faith to confront widespread human rights abuse in South Africa, Archbishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu gained worldwide fame in the 1980s

Pope Francis Assigned the First African-American Bishop to Head the D.C. Church

Religious News From Around the Web October 26, 2020

Pope Supports Same-Sex Unions, Bahai's Imprisoned in Iran, Brandeis University Bans Discrimination Based on Caste, China Continues to Suppress Religion, Pope Names First African-American

Archbishop of Melbourne Would Rather got to Jail than Report Confessions of Child Sex Abuse

Archbishop of Melbourne Would Rather Go to Jail than Report Confessions of Child Sex Abuse

New law introduced in Victoria could result in priests facing up to three years in prison The Archbishop of Melbourne said he would rather

Pope Francis Ratifies Slain Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero as a Martyr

The stage has been set for the beatification of slain Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero, as Pope Francis approved a martyrdom declaration after decreeing Tuesday

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Sweden Follows Suit, Elects Jackelen As First Female Archbishop

Antje Jackelen, the latest elected Archbishop for the Lutheran Church of Sweden, will serve at Uppsala cathedral, the ecclesiastical center of Sweden. Sweden has