(RNS) — Blacks and Jews. The enduring intersectionality. Thank you for reminding us, Spike Lee.
If Vice President Pence is on the case, can we expect anything less?
In the direction of accommodation, but it's hard to say how far.
(RNS) — Understanding the grand jury report properly will mean following the timeline. By the ’90s, the number of alleged abuses nationally had returned to the levels of the 1950s. Did Pennsylvania's?
Forget about that sign in Senator Booker's hand. There are other signs that Jews should be worried about.
A shrinking God Gap and a decline in worship attendance are the keys.
Mormonism's "white horse prophecy" is bogus, except when it's not.
(RNS) — The pope's recent change to the catechism is likely to face fierce opposition in the U.S., where 54 percent of the public — and 53 percent of Catholics — support capital punishment.
He has put himself in a position to do so.
And made it a central concern for the church's pro-life activism.
Welcome to the new Jewish denomination: Jews by surprise.
A large rock fell from the Western Wall. It might mean more than we thought.
As more Mormons leave the LDS Church, others draw on "cafeteria spirituality" in their quest for a way to stay, supplementing their Mormon identity with meditation and practices from other traditions.
(RNS) The church has no more power over a priest than any corporation has over an employee. A priest or bishop can refuse to accept punishment and simply walk away.
(RNS) — Cardinal Sean O’Malley acknowledged this week that the church needs clearer norms and procedures for investigating and judging bishops. But O’Malley’s statement only raises further questions.