A prominent and respected Irish broadcaster has left the Catholic Church due to the Church’s stance on the ordaining of women.
An Iranian woman accused of adultery and was sentenced to be stoned to death may have her execution changed to hanging instead, the Iranian Student News Agency (ISNA) reported.
A suicide bomber attacked a funeral in northern Afghanistan on Sunday injuring scores of civilians and killing numerous people including a reported government official.
Churches in Zambia are unhappy with the stance that the United States has taken regarding the procurement of foreign developmental aid being tied with individual countries’ domestic policies regarding homosexual rights.
The lower house of the Mexican government passed an amendment that would lift the restrictions on religious groups holding services in public without needing to ask permission first from the government.
A number of strong earthquakes struck New Zealand on Friday causing ruble to tumble off buildings and sending countless people scrambling for cover.
Warner Bros. has released the first official look at the highly anticipated prequel to “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," late Tuesday night.
College football analyst Craig James left ESPN on Monday and entered the Republican race for the open U.S. Senate seat in Texas.
A new study states that Christianity is the world’s largest religion with just over a third of the global population identifying themselves as Christian.
Numerous recent reports concerning adults and inappropriate sexual relations with minors have many across the country angry, saddened and frustrated that more was not done to help protect the children; yet one organization has made its focus the plight of those who are attracted to minors.
Google is rumored to have been working on its own version of voice recognition software for Android to compete with Apple’s Siri, which is currently dominating the market.
A coalition of religious communities and organizations, who were brought together by the Catholic Sisters of the Upper Mississippi River Valley, have come out in support of comprehensive immigration reform by erecting billboards which are welcoming to immigrants.
An infant in Minnesota has been found to have been carrying an extremely rare form of the swine flu known as the H1N2 virus.
For over 50 years the Nativity scene in Santa Monica's Palisades Park has been a main stay for eager holiday-goers anxious to see the life-sized Nativity display.
American Airlines flight attendants have requested that Alec Baldwin’s hit show “30 Rock” be pulled from in-flight entertainment options following last week’s tirade between the actor and members of the flight crew.
On Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. EST scientists will make an announcement concerning the existence of the Higgs boson, a particle which has been labeled the “God Particle.”
The attorneys for a pair of street preachers who were arrested and briefly jailed for preaching against homosexuality on a sidewalk in downtown Greenville, S.C., in 2007 are now back in court to settle who should pay for the $200,000 in legal fees.
Hasleen Kaur, who was recently crowned Miss India Earth 2011, has been detained at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport on Dec. 7 for allegedly carrying high end purses and cosmetics worth 1.9 million Rupees without declaring them.
Staff working at the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) have been told to “wind down” because the commission may be about to close down.
With Facebook set to go public sometime next year some suggest that it would could create 1,000 millionaires, instantly.
A new survey released in the United Kingdom has found that Christians are more engaged in politics and are concerned with a wider range of issues outside of the traditional, moralizing perspectives.
The Catholic Community Foundation was founded so that good could be done. Yet in recent months its name and its checking account have allegedly been used fraudulently.
The Nativity scene on the Henderson county courthouse lawn has become the center of a debate between local pastors and the atheist group Freedom From Religion Foundation that wants it removed.
Minnesota congress woman Michele Bachmann has gone on a book tour in an effort to garner support for her campaign that has been struggling to stay in the political conversation and to offer potential voters a different side of her.
There is a widening rift within the pro-life base in Ohio over proposed legislation that would make it illegal to conduct abortions when the heartbeat of a fetus is detectable.