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According to one of the Episcopal Church's top investigators, the Washington National Cathedral is in its fourth round of layoffs.
I've got to applaud this video of the typical 20-something church that's making the rounds
Soon the man best known for spearheading the case for Bill Clinton's impeachment will take over as president of the nation's largest Baptist university.
Pastors Bradley Schmeling and Darin Easler, a same-sex pastoral couple from Atlanta, have been restored to the roster of ministers of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. Both had been removed from that roster for being in a committed, same-gender relationship.
China's "one child" policy continues with thousands of forced sterilizations this month in Guangdong.
The honorary chairman for the National Day of Prayer has been disinvited from the Pentagon because of his position on Islam.
Passed over for the leadership of the Houston archdiocese in 2007, San Antonio Archbishop Jose Gomez will get to be a cardinal.
Wayne Dillard, a missionary who got thousands to pray for the U.S. armed forces overseas, died Saturday.
Words spoken by the papal preacher mirror sentiment elsewhere in the Catholic world
At Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, a Sikh recruit makes it through basic training for the first time in two decades.
The gay rights group is in its fourth year of showing up uninvited at Christian college campuses.
Operation Rescue says the hate flows both ways.
The Catholic bishops' annual report doesn't make the headlines like it used to.
The House Speaker needs to improve her knowledge of Catholic feast days,
The term is up for first group of 25 religious and nonprofit leaders serving on the president's faith-based council.
'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America