WORCESTER, Mass. — The chief academic officer at the College of the Holy Cross is defending a religious studies professor at the college whose earlier scholarly writings depict Jesus Christ as a "drag king" with "queer desires."
One of the interesting parts of being in a church that follows the full liturgical calendar is that Easter is actually more than one day. In the tradition of the church, the celebration of the Resurrection lasts 50 days — 10 days more than the Lenten season that precedes it.
Sutherland Springs baptist church’s shooting site standing for now as memorial.
MINNEAPOLIS — A Christian congregation in the Minneapolis Warehouse District found plenty of sympathy Thursday among some City Council members, who decided that a proposed topless bar was prohibited by a city law requiring sexually oriented establishments be 500 feet from places of religious assembly.
Do you ever wonder if the little things in life matter all that much?
St. John’s Episcopal Church to host community presentation on immigration in April.
A church in Wyoming is calling itself the first sanctuary church in the metro Grand Rapids area.
An excommunicated member of a century-old West Michigan religious group is alleging a few "interlopers" have conspired to loot more than $50 million in assets from the organization.
This is the time of year that I get itchy for baseball. They tempt us with a few games on television, but you know that it’s still a few weeks away before the season begins.
ROME—Pope Francis has cleared the way for Archbishop Oscar Romero, an advocate for the poor who was slain in 1980 by right-wing death squads in El Salvador, to become a saint, the Vatican announced Wednesday.
GRAND RAPIDS — Aquinas College has invited Brother Guy Consolmagno, director of the Vatican Observatory, to campus for a public lecture on Thursday, March 15.
My wife, Marilyn, and I went on a cruise last week in the Caribbean. And, although we’ve done it before, I never cease to be amazed at the things we experience.
When Billy Graham graduated from Wheaton College outside Chicago and stepped into his first pulpit in suburban Western Springs, Illinois, he preached with the volume and timbre of an evangelist out to save souls.
The Rev. Billy Graham's body will lie in honor in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda next week, the first time a private citizen has been accorded such recognition since civil rights hero Rosa Parks in 2005.
After he was uninvited to speak at an Oklahoma university when LGBT supporters objected, the president and founder of Kentucky’s Creation Museum in Petersburg and the Ark Encounter in Williamstown will appear after all.