Francis is trying to fix a series of “grave errors” in Chile, and allegedly affirmed the gay identity of a victim there.
The head of the Episcopal Church spoke about poverty, hunger, and war during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s nuptials.
The Muslim holy month began during a dramatic and deadly week in a region where even religious events are shrouded in politics.
A new book—tweeted out by the president himself—argues that America is in the midst of a populist realignment.
The new American embassy opens during a chaotic and violent week in the Middle East—and it's just the beginning.
Will it work?
A new book looks at the fight against resurgent hatred in Trump’s America, but its prescriptions can’t address the other crisis facing American Judaism.
Some of France’s most prominent figures, concerned about anti-Semitism, have signed a shocking manifesto aimed at curbing it.
The president’s initiative sounds a lot like those of Barack Obama and George W. Bush. But the religious influences on Trump’s government are radically different.
Watching the Netflix documentary is a strange experience when you’re constantly waiting to see if a loved one will appear onscreen.
… then the Indian internet laughed at him.
Ross Douthat's views on the pope are intensely unpopular. But has he identified a fundamental tension in the Church?
The gruesome rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl has left many Indians wondering what it will take to stop sexual violence.
Edgardo Mortara’s autobiography is roiling Catholic-Jewish relations—based on the false assumption that the text is accurate.
If people can’t get the leadership they crave from the state, they’ll find somebody else to do the job.
First he planned to deport 40,000 people from Israel. Then he backed off. And now…?
The 2,000-year-old Coptic Church is trying something new: spreading its message across the United States—and the rest of the world.
The case of a bishop detained by the Chinese government—and what it says about a looming deal between Beijing and the Vatican
A spate of anti-Semitic scandals is forcing the U.K. to reassess the history of one of its largest political parties.
The murder of a Holocaust survivor is forcing the country to embrace a new, unfamiliar kind of religious and ethnic solidarity.