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Jesuit priest Tom Reese joins Religion News Service

Jesuit priest Thomas J. Reese has joined the Religion News Service as a senior analyst and will contribute a weekly column focused on Catholicism, the Vatican and Pope Francis and will offer insightful analyses, explanations and c...

Why Christians can stay hopeful in this time of political darkness

(RNS) — After weeks of moral chaos, Americans have grown discouraged. Heres how Jesus-people can keep hope....

India’s top court: Instant divorce among Muslims unlawful

NEW DELHI (AP) — The decision was widely lauded by womens rights activists as a step toward granting Muslim women in India greater equality and justice....

The House of Kristoffer reports on emerging trend toward a more mystical Christianity

With their finger on the pulse of what inspires spiritual seekers worldwide, The House of Kristoffer breathes new life into an ancient tradition long lost on Lutherans and Protestants....

Former congressman Wolf predicts small window to act

Distinguished Senior Fellow Frank R. Wolf just returned from his fifth fact-finding trip to Iraq where he traveled to better understand the current situation the Christians and Yazidis face. Following the liberation of most of the...

Heartland pagans embrace the eclipse

BOONVILLE, Mo. (RNS) — As Americans across the country watched the moon eclipse the sun, pagans gathered here to appreciate the rare phenomenon with their own rituals. ...

Brooklyn megachurch pastor explains why he left the president’s evangelical advisory board

Brooklyn, N.Y. (RNS) — I took a lot of heat for joining, and I took a lot of heat for leaving, said the Rev. A.R. Bernard....