Pope Francis has re-established an institute devoted to the study of marriage and family, building upon the one previously created in the 1980s.
A nondenominational church founded in 1992 that meets under a highway bridge in Texas so as to reach out to the local homeless celebrated its 25th anniversary.
A Texas megachurch said it is "deeply saddened" by allegations from a former volunteer who said she was dismissed because she is a Jewish lesbian.
A California-based pastor, who has had three gay parents over the course of his life, stated that "there is a difference between acceptance and approval."
This week in Church history features the release of a landmark version of the Bible and a major, albeit controversial, archaeological discovery.
A Confederate heritage group rallying in support of a statue of Robert E. Lee in the former capital of the Confederacy found itself greatly outnumbered by counter-protesters.
A federal judge has granted a preliminary injunction to a Michigan farmer who was barred from selling his products at an East Lansing market due to his opposition to gay marriage.
A Wisconsin church was vandalized with anti-Christian and sexually explicit graffiti during LGBT Pride last weekend.
The University of California, Berkeley spent an estimated $600,000 in security measures for an event featuring conservative social commentator Ben Shapiro.
Best-selling author and conservative commentator Ann Coulter hinted at supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump, apparently reversing her once staunch support.
An Iowa-based multi-site megachurch belonging to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has begun work on a new facility for one of its campuses.
Nearly two-thirds of pastors' spouses have said that the salary received by their church is not enough to live off of, according to a recently released survey by LifeWay Research.
California has announced that an initiative to label abortion "first-degree murder" can gather signatures to possibly be voted on through a state referendum.
Senator Ted Cruz of Texas has responded to the wave of jokes and criticism from social media regarding his Twitter account's recent liking of a pornography link.
Here are five major Christian groups that are urging Congress to act to help immigrants as DACA winds down.
A congressional aide who worked for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., as an IT specialist until he was arrested on fraud charges as he attempted to flee the country, is believed to have planted a laptop computer for police to find as part of an investigation into cybersecurity and theft.
The United States' national debt has surpassed $20 trillion, or nearly double what it was when former President Barack Obama took office in 2009.
Florida televangelist Paula White, who is President Donald Trump's spiritual adviser, has sought to clarify comments she recently made on Jim Bakker's show in which she said that Trump was "raised up by God."
The Public Broadcasting Service will air a docudrama about the life of Martin Luther in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
Christianity is a faith with a long and detailed history, with numerous events of lasting significance occurring throughout the ages.
Massachusetts' highest court will soon determine whether churches can receive public aid for historic preservation projects.
A few Senate Democrats recently grilled a judicial nominee to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals over her Roman Catholic beliefs.
A Utah judge has ordered that a cult that broke away from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints must pay a former child bride $16 million in damages.
A coalition of 47 conservative organizations are urging news outlets, such as CNN, to stop using the Southern Poverty Law Center and its so-called "hate group" map as a source for information.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of a Michigan county's invocation policy for monthly public meetings that allow commissioners to give prayers.