Thousands of Catholics in Poland got together along the country's borders during the weekend and formed human chains to pray for God's protection against the increasing "secularization" and "Islamization" of Europe.
The Office for National Statistics in the United Kingdom has proposed that citizens should not be required to mention their gender in the next census so that transgender and other non-binary people do not feel discriminated against.
A transgender group funded by taxpayers' money in the United Kingdom has been banned from talking to a family after it was revealed that the charity allegedly advised the mother to force her 7-year-old son to live as a girl.
A gay coffee shop owner in Seattle, Washington, evicted a group of Christians from his cafe after he came to know that they had evangelized on the streets prior to coming to his shop for a coffee break.
Robbie Wilkerson, the founding pastor of New Birth Christian Center church in Chicago, Illinois, has been sentenced to 37 months in prison for defrauding a food program for low-income children. His wife, Tasha Wilkerson, has been sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison.
The Indian government led by a Hindu nationalist party, which is believed to be cracking down on Christian groups, has banned the Believers Church, founded by K.P. Yohannan of Gospel for Asia, and three other groups associated with it, from receiving foreign funds.
President Donald Trump sat down with Mike Huckabee for the premiere episode of his new show "Huckabee," which will air Saturday night. In the interview, the president talks about one of his greatest assets, first lady Melania Trump.
President Donald Trump's administration has repealed the Obamacare's birth control mandate, which required employers to provide insurance to cover women's birth control and abortion-inducing drugs, but not all Christian groups agree with the decision.
Catholic bishops have condemned the violence that followed an attempt by Spain's national government to stop a secessionist referendum in the autonomous Catalonia region that injured more than 800 people. Nearly 90 percent of those who voted were in favor of independence, but Madrid has declared the vote illegal.
Islamic State fighters have fled their de-facto capital of Raqqa in Syria, leaving behind their sex slaves, who are now returning home. Two of them, both in their teens, spoke to media about their plight that lasted nearly three years.
"I had no fear of death," said Father Tom Uzhunnalil, the Indian priest who was held hostage by Islamist extremists for over 18 months in Yemen, as he arrived in New Delhi over the weekend. Three dozen fellow Salesian priests from across the country welcomed his homecoming.
A third of churchgoers have lost a family member or a close acquaintance to suicide and the majority of Protestant senior pastors believe their church is equipped to assist someone who is threatening suicide, yet few choose to seek help from the church before taking their own lives, a new study by LifeWay Research has found.
A Massachusetts school librarian, who criticized first lady Melania Trump for giving Dr. Seuss books to schools alleging they carried a "racist propaganda," once wore the character's signature red-and-white hat and matching stockings as she cradled a Cat in the Hat doll.
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.