Pope Francis has warned against societies blurring the differences between men and women, noting that using science or other means to do so is "not right."
The Presbyterian Historical Society is overseeing a study tour in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by traveling to cities in Germany and Switzerland that were key to the religious movement's development.
A former star of the television series "Glee" has plead guilty to possessing more than 50,000 images of child pornography.
A cross on display at a Florida city's public park that was recently labeled unconstitutional is getting support from two briefs, one filed by 14 states and another by 5 Jewish organizations.
Episcopal Church congregations nationwide, including the Washington National Cathedral, tolled their bells Tuesday in memory of the 59 people killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas Nevada, Sunday night.
A tomb believed to hold the remains of the saint who became the basis for the popular Christmas character Santa Claus may have been discovered in an ancient church in Turkey.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that bans most abortions after 20 weeks' gestation, based upon the time in a pregnancy that its scientifically provable that a baby can begin to feel pain.
Hundreds of thousands of students across the United States are expected to take part in a Focus on the Family-sponsored event that involves them taking their Bibles to school.
A major Christian counselor organization's international conference, which had an estimated 6,000 attendees, focused their time on the issue of racial reconciliation.
The Las Vegas massacre, widely recognized as the worst mass shooting in U.S. history in which 59 people were killed and 527 others were wounded, has elicited many reactions from leading politicians and people in the news media, some heartfelt and others inflammatory.
The United Kingdom's state-sponsored health services department is reportedly offering to freeze the sperm of teenage biological males who are planning to undergo gender transition.
Conservative Reporter Claims SPLC Unjustly Put Her on Hate List: 'Reckless Hate-Labeling Stifles Free Speech'
A reporter with the online publication Campus Reform claims that she was unjustly added to a hate list by the liberal Southern Poverty Law Center.
A federal judge has ruled against a Florida county government's prayer policy that bans atheist invocations from its public meetings.
Christianity is a faith with a long and detailed history, with numerous events of lasting significance occurring throughout the ages.
Republican Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed a bill into law that expands taxpayer-funding of medical assistance to include abortions.
A federal judge has ruled that a Pennsylvania county seal is unconstitutional for including a cross, handing a legal victory to a Wisconsin-based atheist organization.
A Florida city is appealing a decision that forces it to remove a 75-year-old cross display from a public park due to an atheist group's complaint.
Hugh Hefner's legacy is that of "sexual exploitation" and "public health harms," says an organization opposed to pornography and sexual slavery.
A lesbian bishop of the United Methodist Church is still in office months after the denomination's highest court ruled that there should be a process to remove her.
Churches are an essential part of the recovery process for Puerto Rico and Mexico, say representatives from the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and Convoy of Hope regarding reconstruction efforts in the two countries following this month's earthquakes and Hurricane Maria.
At least 9,000 attendees, most of them teenagers, learned about student evangelism and shared Jesus with their communities through Dare 2 Share's first live event.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore won the GOP primary runoff election on Tuesday, defeating establishment candidate Sen. Luther Strange.
A Roman Catholic organization dedicated to the memory of Saint Padre Pio is overseeing a national tour of relics connected to the notable priest.
A federal judge has struck down an Indiana law signed by then Governor Mike Pence that bans abortions performed because a baby has Down syndrome or due to a baby's sex.
One million students across the United States and countries worldwide will observe the annual "See You at the Pole" prayer on school campuses Wednesday morning.