Faith and Interfaith by Hilary Canto

What do we mean by the term faith? We usually mean faith as belief or religion, but we have faith in each other, faith

Faith-based Adoption Agency Will Now Place children in LGBT Homes

Is Spirituality the Fountain of Youth? by T. Riggs Eckelberry

What is it about spirituality that makes people look younger? Ten years ago, I stepped out of an elevator at the Scientology church where

Religious News From Around the Web Feb. 24, 2020

Church for Sale, Coronavirus, Kirk Douglas, LGBT Services, Lent, Latter-day Saints and Gender, Sen. Orrin Hatch, Chinese Churches Christ Church Cathedral Begins LGBT+ Services

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

Top Religious Stories? Is This the Best You Can Do?

The top 10 religious stories of 2019 – as selected by members of the Religion News Association – included: The burning of Notre Dame

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, photo by Claude Truong-Ngoc CC

WRN News From the Web: Fairness for All? Muslims Excluded, Genocide Charges, Jehovah’s Witness “Extremism,” Mennonites, Catholic Voter Poll, NJ Bill Would Dump Religious Exemption for Vaccinations

Myanmar Leader Rejects Genocide Charge A 2017 crackdown in Myanmar against the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority allegedly included mass killings, rapes and arson and

Fairness for All Act: Compromise or Sellout?

The “Fairness for All Act,” proposed by Utah Congressman Chris Stewart is an attempt to craft a compromise between LGBTQ civil rights and religious

WRN News From the Web: Mosque Shelters Students, Atheists Not Church, US Sanctions China over Uighurs, Rohingyas Denied Education, Dublin’s Covert Church, Iran Suppressing Bahá’ís, SMU Minus Methodist?, African Churches Use Scientology

Wisconsin Students Shelter in Mosque During School Attack About 100 high school students sheltered in a mosque across the street from their Oshkosh West

The Roberts Court, November 30, 2018. Seated, from left to right: Justices Stephen G. Breyer and Clarence Thomas, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., and Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Samuel A. Alito. Standing, from left to right: Justices Neil M. Gorsuch, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Brett M. Kavanaugh. Photograph by Fred Schilling, Supreme Court Curator's Office.

The Price of Religious Liberty

Some people have taken religious liberty for granted. After all, it’s protected in the First Amendment, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and legislation

Bahai Temple by Andrés Silvas

WRN News From Around the Web: Reincarnation Dead? Kanye West, LGBTQ, Beautiful Bahá’í, Cakeshop Sued for Third Time, Sanctuary Fines, Zoroastrians Meet

Chinese Catholics Occupy Church to Prevent Demolition Priests and parishioners have locked themselves inside a Catholic Church in the Hebei province of China to