(RNS) He spent 10 years in silence about the Holocaust before he found his voice as the world's most famous advocate for remembering the unthinkable.
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(RNS) For journalists at religious media outlets, their faith is both what can make them a target of hate online and what influences their responses.
(RNS) Pensacola officials say they could opt for a moment of silence instead of the usual prayers by local clergy.
(RNS) At communal gatherings, Muslim Americans may feel more vulnerable this year.
JACKSON, Miss. — The judge said the law “violates both the guarantee of religious neutrality and the promise of equal protection of the laws” and was therefore...
(RNS) Religious leaders said people should not become mistrustful of “the other.”
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) The book, to be published in September, marks the first time in history that a former pope judges his own pontificate after it is over.
(RNS) The pontiff’s comments that the Catholic Church should ask forgiveness for bias against gay people were hailed in headlines. But not so much in the...
(RNS) There were 437 incidents of anti-Muslim hatred recorded last year, up from 146 the year before.
(RNS) Bioethicist Arthur Caplan looks at the moral quandaries posed by Zika and the Olympics, the right-to-die law in California and more headliner issues.
(RNS) Despite the nation's reputation for interreligious conflict, Jewish, Muslim and Christian co-workers often juggle schedules to make sure all can observe...
(RNS) Some hail it as an overdue protection, while others say it is an affront to religious freedom.
(RNS) A young American who countered incendiary speech in Kenya authors a how-to book.
(RNS) The United Methodist Church decided not to take up contentious LGBT issues. But that's not stopping its regional conferences from making decisions on...
(RNS) Sikhs, Muslims, Hindus, Christians, Jews and Buddhists find a way to help.