Scotland is “No Longer a Faith-Based Country”

Scotland is “No Longer a Faith-Based Country”

New survey by Humanist Society Scotland Sheds Light on Religious Change in the Country In the 2011 census of Scotland, the country got to

Crowdfunding Scores First Mosque in Outer Hebrides

Crowdfunding Scores First Mosque in Outer Hebrides, UK

The funding target for the mosque was surpassed within a few days. Efforts of a Leeds businessman have paid off. The Outer Hebrides will

Catholics in Scotland Victims of Hate Crimes

Catholics in Scotland Are the Biggest Targets of Hate Crimes

About 15 percent of Scots are Catholic Elaine Smith, a member of the Scottish Parliament, has asked the Scots administration to recognize the increasing

Controversy Over Church Sponsoring First UK Same Sex Wedding

Controversy Over Anglican Church Sponsoring First Same Sex Marriage in UK

Peter Matthews and Alistair Dinnie have made history by being the first UK same-sex couple to get married in a church. Controversy Over Anglican

In Scotland, 58% of People are Religious ‘Nones’

The number of 'nones' have increased noticeably in the recent years 58 percent of the Scottish population put 'none' as their religious affiliation[/tweetit] when

Smithsonian Gets First Religion Curator in Over 120 Years

Smithsonian Gets First Religion Curator in Over 120 Years

Peter Manseau is the first religion curator of the Smithsonian Institution since the 1890s. Religion and museums have always had a rough relationship. In

Almost 50% of Scotland Does Not Believe in Religion

Almost 50% of Scotland Does Not Believe in Religion

Church leaders are not surprised by new statistics; Church of Scotland has already prepared for changing spiritual needs. Religion is on the decline in

New Survey Finds Majority of People in Scotland Have No Religious Affiliation

New Survey Finds Majority of People in Scotland Have No Religious Affiliation

The hard hit Church of Scotland says it will be there for the people of Scotland in their hour of need. The largest faith