President Obama's June speech in Cairo was voted by religion writers as the top 2009 religion story. I disagree.
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Evangelist Franklin Graham's interview last week with CNN is getting the predictable protests from Islamic groups
What needs to happen before the first openly lesbian Episcopal bishop is consecrated in Los Angeles next May
Unless there is a huge upset, Mary Glasspool will be announced Saturday as the Episcopal Church's second openly gay bishop.
Annapolis resident Canon Mary Glasspool is running second right now for one of two suffragan bishop positions in the Diocese of Los Angeles.
As soon as the D.C. Council votes to approve gay marriage, watch for religious leaders to jump on the bandwagon.
Evangelicals are holding a press conference at noon to release a "Manhattan Declaration."
The Vatican releases the text of its Apostolic Constitution that releases the details of how disaffected Anglicans get to transfer their allegiance to Rome.
The visit of the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew brings out the Greek Orthodox
The Rev. Bonnie Perry, a Chicago priest who some thought might be the second openly gay U.S. Episcopal bishop, did poorly in Saturday's election.
The founder of a popular multireligion site is moving on to work for the feds.
The U.S. Army may be ending its 23-year-old policy excluding Sikhs from service.
The Virginia Supreme Court agreed this week to hear an appeal of a case pitting 11 breakaway churches against the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
The White House has a short ceremony observing a popular Hindu holiday.
Catholic University President David O'Connell, 54, announced today he will leave his post next August