Over 60 conservative Catholic clergy and scholars have written a 25-page letter to Pope Francis, charging that he has upheld and propagated heretical opinions "directly or indirectly" on marriage, morality and the sacrament of the Holy Communion.
A U.S. academic has claimed in a study that the verse in 1 Corinthians that says women need to remain silent in church, which is often offered as a basis for restriction on women's ordination as ministers, was not written by the Apostle Paul but added to the book later.
A public university in the United Kingdom has refused to allow a researcher to look into cases of people who regretted having gender reassignment surgery and transitioned back to living as their birth sex.
An Anglican church in London has apologized for allowing a Turkish fashion designer to use its altar as a runway for models who donned outfits with demonic symbolism, including inverted crosses and devil horns, for what was publicized as a satanic fashion show.
At least 150 schools in Britain now have "gender neutral uniforms," meaning students can decide if they want to wear skirts or trousers, irrespective of their biological sex, according to reports. Experts warn that this "politically correct" practice could confuse students.
A Christian should either be discipled by another Christian or disciple other Christians at any given point, California megachurch Pastor Greg Laurie said in a sermon, underlining the need for believers to carefully read, study and live according to God's Word.
Eritrean Christians are calling for Monday to be marked as a day of prayer and fasting, as Patriarch Antonios of the Eritrean Orthodox Church, who has been under house arrest since January 2007, wasn't allowed to deliver the traditional televised Geez New Year blessing last week.
Catholics bishops in India have written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, warning him of an apparently organized campaign against the Christian minority in an eastern state which is governed by Modi's Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party. The letter carries a picture showing Hindu nationalists burning an effigy of a cardinal with a large wooden cross.
Apologist and author Nabeel Qureshi, who said last week that doctors believed his body had entered the "final stages of life," died Saturday at the age of 34. He was a Christian convert from Islam and served with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries until he was diagnosed with advanced stomach cancer last August.
As thousands of civilian Rohingya Muslims are fleeing what the U.N. has called "ethnic cleansing" in northern Myanmar, India's Christians and Muslims and people of other faiths got together in the central Indian city of Lucknow on Friday to protest and call for an end to the ongoing "genocide."
Even as hurricanes, floods and other natural calamities are resulting in deaths of hundreds of people, North Korea has conducted its longest-ever test flight of a ballistic missile, all of which point to an imminent biblical apocalypse, says one of the most famous exorcists in Italy.
The mother of a 12-year-old Australian boy admitted that she fed him hormones for two years after he expressed a desire to "transition" to a girl, but then the boy changed his mind and said he would now like to go back to his biological sex.
Actor Brian Austin Green, the former star of the "Beverly Hills: 90210" series, says in a media interview that he doesn't care what people say or think about him allowing his 4-year-old son to wear dresses.
Hurricane Irma, a Category 4 hurricane and the strongest to hit the Florida Keys in nearly six decades, was making landfall in the Sunshine State early Sunday, threatening catastrophic damage with maximum sustained winds of 130 miles per hour. More than 6.5 million residents in Florida and over 540,000 people in the Georgia coast were told to leave their homes.
President Donald Trump is expected to announce on Tuesday his decision to end or continue the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which temporarily protects immigrants who were brought to the United States illegally when they were children, according to the White House.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended St. John's church on Sunday, the day the president had proclaimed as a National Day of Prayer for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and the response and recovery efforts in Texas and Louisiana.