Millions of mourners in the predominantly Catholic nation of Poland packed into churches Sunday to pray for victims of Saturday's high-profile plane crash, which took the lives of Poland President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others.
Evangelical leaders, prosperity preachers, televangelists, and the Virginia Legislature were among those who wished Pat Robertson a happy 80th birthday Monday, touting the charismatic figure as "a compelling and compassionate spiritual leader."
North Korea's official news agency reported Monday that a U.S. citizen who they have detained since January will be indicted "as his crime has been confirmed."
U.K. entrepreneur Albert Gubay will be giving at least £235 million to the Roman Catholic Church before he dies but hopes to push that amount to at least half-a-billion.
Government, private-sector, foundation and faith leaders will join a coalition of nearly 30 organizations Monday for what is being billed as the most significant gathering for safe water, sanitation and hygiene ever held in the United States.
The government of China revealed Friday its intention to tighten supervision on the financial management of the country's 130,000 religious institutions in response to "prevailing malpractice."
Tens of thousands of people are expected to come together in Washington for a demonstration of support for immigration reform as the rest of the nation hones in on the health care debate.
Despite there being a clear link between malaria investment and death prevention, funding of programs to fight the disease remains far too short to fulfill Millennium Development Goals and other global commitments and even threatens the progress made to date, according to a network of more than 500 anti-malaria groups.
A Christian shopkeeper in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul was gunned down Wednesday as he was heading to work, according to a local official.
As the Kingdom of Morocco comes under scrutiny for its recent large-scale expulsion of Christians, the North African country is responding with the help of religious leaders and even the U.S. State Department, which released its latest human rights report at an opportune time.
The U.S. Department of State said Friday that is "increasingly concerned" about the ongoing persecution of religious minority communities in Iran.
Aid that promotes nutrition and food security has wide-ranging benefits compared to its costs in the fight against poverty-related problems, a top humanitarian policy analyst at international aid agency World Vision said Thursday during a Congressional hearing on global hunger.
Eight in ten Americans say they depend on God for help and guidance in making decisions, according to new research stemming from two national surveys.
The board of the international body that manages Web addresses will hear arguments Friday for and against the .xxx top-level domain, which has been rejected three times since 2000.
African-Americans are more likely to report praying or doing another religious activity prior to bedtime every night or almost every night than their counter parts, according to the first national poll examining sleep among the country's four major ethnic groups.
Before the congregation of First Baptist Church in Maryville, Ill., Winters shared about the day of her husband's death and the struggles she encountered thereafter.
The head of the largest Protestant church body in Germany was pulled over this past weekend after running a red light.
The head of the worldwide Anglican Communion expressed his "deep" concern over the declining number of believers in the Middle East as he marked the start a four-day visit to the region.
The lawyers who sought to add Charismatic Christian author and speaker Joyce Meyer as a defendant in a wrongful death suit will not proceed with their effort, according to documents recently filed.
Millions of Christians worldwide will usher in the 40-day season of Lent by imposing the sign of the cross on their foreheads with ash on Wednesday.
A gunman opened fire on two Christian university students in Iraq Tuesday, killing one and wounding the other. Tuesday's attack follows two other ones in as many days.
The Rev. Joseph Lowery was released from an Atlanta hospital over the weekend after having spent two weeks there.
The trial of three Muslim men accused of killing seven Coptic Christians outside a church in Egypt opened Saturday with "not guilty" pleas but was adjourned for five weeks.
Sketches of three people sought in connection with the spate of church fires in eastern Texas were released Friday along with a plea to the public.
A British Airways check-in worker who refused to hide her cross necklace at work has lost her case against the airline in London's Court of Appeals but will likely take it up to the Supreme Court.