(AP) — The new guidance in a church youth magazine seem to reflect growing concern about young Latter-day Saints' adherence to the rules. The post Java still a no-no for Mormons despite fancy coffee names appeared first on Religion News Service.
(RNS) — Pew Research Center's understanding is that the belief that the Eucharist is really the body and blood of Christ is central to the Catholic faith. As such, we sought to measure what US Catholics believe on the subject. The post Understanding US Catholics’ belief in the Eucharist […]
(RNS) — O.J. Semans, co-executive director of Four Directions, introduced the forum as "Indian Country 101 for America,” which included discussions of issues informed by Indigenous spirituality. The post Warren, Williamson among candidates at historic Native American presidential forum […]
(RNS) — The letter in the magazine Commonweal was a direct response to a letter in the conservative journal First Things that embraced the new nationalism. The post Letter: Nationalism is anathema to Christian faith appeared first on Religion News Service.
(RNS) — But what if a same-sex couple marries in church? The post Trump’s Labor Department tries to privilege religion over LGBTQ rights appeared first on Religion News Service.
In 2017, Thomas Aquinas College received the gift of a former high school preparatory school campus in Northfield, Massachusetts, from the National Christian Foundation. In 2018, it received approval from the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education to operate a second campus there. This second […]
(AP) — "Ten years ago, this industry was not a thing," said David Riggall, a Texas police officer whose company trains churchgoers to volunteer as security guards. The post Churches arm, train congregants in wake of mass shootings appeared first on Religion News Service.
(AP) — Warren and Sanders received warm welcomes, with notable enthusiasm for their proposals to overhaul a criminal justice system both derided as institutionally racist and to eliminate student loan debt that disproportionately affects nonwhites. The post Warren, Sanders get personal with […]
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Religion News Service (RNS) is pleased to announce that it has hired Roxanne Stone as Managing Editor, Alejandra Molina as a National Reporter and Claire Giangravè as its Vatican reporter. “RNS continues to attract outstanding journalists to join our ranks,” […]