Catholic schools have united together to offer donations to schools devastated by the recent Joplin tornado.
The affectionately named "Vicar of Baghdad", Canon Andrew White, has been named as this year's recipient of the prestigious International First Freedom Award for his extraordinary commitment to peace-keeping and religious freedom in Iraq.
Some of the worst sectarian rioting for over a decade between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland has resulted in two people being seriously injured with gunshot wounds, Monday night.
The Vatican launched on Wednesday a new pilot program in which Church officials offer to lend Apple iPods to its worshippers.
President Obama is rumored to have made his decision on a plan for withdrawing U.S. forces from Afghanistan, and is expected to lay out the timetable Wednesday evening. Unconfirmed reports are saying Obama will announce the withdrawal of up to 10,000 U.S. troops by the end of this year.
More than 500 Muslims have been given prison sentences in Ethiopia for violent attacks against Christians that left one dead, and 69 churches burned to the ground, reports International Christian Concern (ICC).
Church leaders have rebuked a British law firm that is promoting a “special offer” for “free divorces” to attract new potential clients.
Churches and individual Christians have been aiding relief efforts to those affected by the Arizona wildfires this week, with one parishioner eye witness saying "My goodness, that's beautiful faith."
Sean Kingston has said 'GOD IS GREAT!' in his first tweet since the horrific jet ski crash that nearly killed him last month.
Libyan officials have claimed that 15 civilians have been killed by a NATO bomb attack to the west of Tripoli on Sunday.
Evangelicals in the U.K. have rebuked comments made by the Chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission in Britain for accusing evangelical Christians of wanting to “have a fight,” and that they “choose sexual orientation as the ground to fight” out of political motivation.
The head of the U.S. forest service has said that the conditions fire crews are battling against in Arizona are “as bad as we can get.”
The Church of England is set to publish guidelines Monday, advising that gay clergy involved in civil partnerships should be entitled to become bishops on the proviso that they remain celibate.
The Anglican Archbishop of York, Dr. John Sentamu, has said that people need to realize each and every life is “valuable in the sight of God,” whether that be a child suffering from a preventable disease in Africa or a child suffering poverty in the U.K.
A man from Ohio who won $5 million on the state lottery has said that he will use the money “to help people because I love it…and I think that’s what God put us here for.”
U.N. Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie has met with Syrian refugees in Turkey Friday, hearing horrific stories of violence from eye witnesses who fled the brutal government crackdown taking place in the country.
The U.S. has entered "peace talks" with the Taliban according to Afghanistan’s President Hamid Karzai Saturday.
South Korea soldiers have accidently opened fire at a civilian airplane after mistakenly thinking it was from North Korea, a military official from South Korea explained Saturday.
The Australian ambassador to Indonesia has said that Islam is one of the fastest growing religions in his country, and that the faith contributes significantly to Australia’s success and contemporary culture.
The porn publisher of Hustler Magazine, Larry Flynt, has offered a job to former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner, reports have said Thursday.
Strong winds scheduled for Friday could have a devastating affect on the Arizona Wallow Fire currently burning through Arizona and New Mexico, authorities have admitted.
U.S. Catholic Bishops have revised their 2002 Charter in efforts to fight sexual abuse of minors by clerics, reports released Thursday have said.
More than 500,000 residents have been forced to evacuate as continued torrential rain in central and southern China has caused some of the worst flooding seen on the region in over 50 years.
The new U.S. envoy for international religious freedom has highlighted the incident of controversial Florida pastor Terry Jones, who proposed a “Burn a Quran Day,” to call on government, political, religious and business leaders to stand united in their condemnation of hateful ideologies.
Starbucks is investigating allegations that one of its New York employees was subjected to homophobic abuse that forced him to quit.