A Vatican City spokesman has announced the creation of a new tribunal meant to deal with cases against Roman Catholic bishops who failed to stop sexual abuse of minors by priests.
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Pam Geller Rejects Claims She's 'Islamophobic,' Posts 100 Prophet Muhammad Billboards Around St. Louis to Combat 'Jihad Terror'
A group that gained headlines for organizing the "Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest" in Texas that was attacked by two Muslim extremists has now launched a billboard campaign in Missouri.
Pastor Rejects PETA's $500 Donation to Fix Church Sign If He Posts Their Message: 'Road to Hell Is Paved With Bacon'
A congregation in Michigan seeking to restore a church sign has rejected a $500 donation from animal rights group PETA amid concerns over the conditions of their offer to help, but only if they can include their own message under Jesus Christ, saying..
Louisiana School Defends Using the Bible to 'Present Alternative Viewpoints' When Teaching Evolution
A Louisiana school district is speaking out in defense of teachers who use the Bible "to present alternative viewpoints" when teaching on evolution, despite claims from secular scientists that teaching Creationism is "unconstitutional and scientifica..
A Florida pastor whose church has garnered controversy for posting a sign denouncing the idea of the Boy Scouts of America having gay scout leaders says that the sign is "not gay bashing."
A minister who works as an executive at Presbyterian Church (USA) has filed a defamation lawsuit against the denomination over recently publishing claims that he acted unethically.
Olympic Committee Says It Will Not Revoke Jenner's 1976 Gold Medal, Despite Calls to Strip Caitlyn of Bruce's Win
The International Olympic Committee has no plans to revoke the gold medal of Bruce Jenner despite calls from an online petition to do so following Jenner's gender identity change.
Conference Calls on United Church of Canada to 'Review' Ordination Standards Amid Atheist Minister Controversy
A body within the United Church of Canada has passed a proposal calling for the liberal denomination to review the questions it poses during ordination in light of controversy surrounding a clergywoman who came out as an atheist 14 years ago.