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Do Catholics Care about Persecuted Christians?
As American bishops dedicate this week to religious freedom, including for Muslims in China, polls suggest a cresting of support for the church in need.
The Jury Is Still Out on Europe’s Religious Future
The moral revolution of the 1960s dealt a blow to Christian faith on the continent, but it might not have the final word.
The 17th-Century Poet, Nun, and Theologian Who Died Caring for Those Sick with Cholera
What the writing and life of Renaissance woman Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz offered the church during her lifetime—and today.
For Church Unity, These Evangelicals ‘Gave Up’ Their Easter
For decades, Christians in Jordan have celebrated what Pope Francis pines for.
Christ Suffered for Our Sins, but He Didn’t Go to Hell for Them
A theologian explores what did (and didn’t) happen on Holy Saturday.
What Did the Pope Really Say About Confession During COVID-19?
Unpacking Pope Francis's remarks about 'taking your sorrows directly to God.'
Celibate Priests: What You Need to Know
How we've discussed clerical celibacy over the years.
More Non-Evangelicals Are Calling Themselves Born Again
A growing share of mainline Protestants and Catholics have taken on the once-distinctive label over the past three decades.
‘The Two Popes’ Pits Tradition Against Progress
What the new Netflix drama can teach us about the interdependency of orthodoxy and reform.
This Minnesota Monk Saves Ancient Manuscripts for a Digital AgeSubscriber Access Only
Columba Stewart says preserving Muslim texts is "part of the work of evangelism."
The Palestinian Priest Welcoming Syrian and Iraqi Refugees in Jordan
How the church in the Middle East is responding to the refugee crisis.
Catholic Leaders Are Discussing Married Priests, Female Church Leadership, and Climate Change
What Protestants need to know about Pope Francis’s Amazon Synod.
For Catholics and Protestants, Amazon Fires Fan Partisan Flames
Brazilian Christians divided over rainforest blazes and President Jair Bolsonaro’s response.
Pro-Lifers: Remember This Phrase from Pope Francis
Whatever our differences with Catholic social teaching, we should echo his opposition to “throwaway culture.”
What 1619 Means for Christian History
How Catholics and Reformers reacted to the transatlantic slave trade.
South Carolina Foster Ministry Opens to Catholics for the First Time
Despite a federal waiver backing its Protestants-only policy, Miracle Hill continued to face legal challenges.
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France Loves Notre Dame. Do They Still Believe the Faith That Inspired It?
The plethora of challenges confronting the faithful after a long and bitter divorce between church and state.
Are Evangelicals More Altruistic than Other Groups?
We have hard data about just how much altruism is practiced by Americans from all religious affiliations.
At Notre Dame, Good Friday Came Early
The cathedral’s famous Gothic form, which proclaimed Christ in shape and structure, will never die.
US Catholics Now as Concerned About Persecution as Climate Change or Refugees
But more than a third incorrectly believe Christians suffer less than half of world’s religious freedom violations.

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The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
To bear the image of God is a declaration of dignity that challenges power.

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