Luiza Oleszczuk

Christian Post Reporter

Indonesian Christians Facing Deportation in US Appeal to Obama

A group of 100-odd members of a community of Christian Indonesian refugees who fled their country due to religious persecution 10 years ago and have been living in Highland Park, N.J. illegally, have appealed to President Barack Obama for help in an open letter earlier this week, as they face imminent deportation and renewed persecution.

Sex Abuse Victims Doubt Vatican Summit Will Bring Real Change

More than 100 bishops and 30 religious superiors convened in Rome for a symposium billed as a "global initiative on safeguarding children and vulnerable adults," the first such event on this scale, in which Vatican officials plan to address the sexual abuse of minors by clergy members. However, victims remain skeptical that any true change will come as a result of the meeting.

Crystal Cathedral to See Name Change, New Design

Crystal Cathedral, the Garden Grove, Calif., megachurch founded by the Rev. Robert Schuller more than 50 years ago, appears to be headed for a name change as well as a new design of the iconic church building, according to the property's new owner, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange.