Parents demand answers after school assigned 11-year-old daughter to share bed with trans-identified boy
Two Christian parents in Colorado are demanding answers from their public school district after claiming their fifth-grade daughter was assigned to share a bed with a trans-identifying boy on a school trip last summer.
Climate activists interrupted a Roman Catholic Mass in Turin, Italy, over the weekend to read from Pope Francis' writings about the climate.
Officials at a Department of Veterans Affairs facility in Lexington, Kentucky, reportedly removed a Bible from a memorial table for fallen service members and prisoners of war following a complaint from a nonprofit civil rights organization.
More than 100 people and a delegation from the Italian government attended a funeral last week for Indi Gregory, an 8-month-old girl who died after a U.K. court ordered her off life support.
Mike Johnson blasts James Carville for saying 'Christian nationalists' worse than al Qaeda: 'Twisted and shameful'
House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., pushed back Sunday against Democratic political strategist James Carville's recent assertion that Christian nationalism poses a greater threat to the U.S. than al Qaeda.
Pope Francis reportedly confirmed to his biographer that he stripped U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke of his salary and evicted him from his Vatican apartment, but denied accusations that he called the conservative American prelate his "enemy."
The head of a legal nonprofit specializing in religious freedom cases raised concerns about the scope of proposed Irish legislation that would clamp down on supposed hate speech, warning about the growing impulse of Western governments to restrict free expression.
Pop star Sabrina Carpenter jokingly dismissed the backlash to a lewd, violent music video she filmed in a Brooklyn Catholic Church that led the bishop to reconsecrate the sanctuary.
Walt Disney Company suggested during a recent Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) report that its controversial stances on social issues could endanger its bottom line by causing "risks relating to misalignment with public and consumer tastes."
Pope Francis is reportedly stripping conservative U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke of his salary and Vatican apartment as punishment for fomenting "disunity" in the Roman Catholic Church.