“I may have caused some of our people to love our kingdom too much.”
Young black women are leaving Christianity and embracing African witchcraft in digital covens.
What motivated the killing of a bishop inside his own monastery?
Stephen Fry called God “stupid” in an interview three years ago. Now voters are headed to the polls.
Controversy over the dubious sourcing of artifacts has dogged the museum since its inception. Why hasn’t it learned its lesson?
He stands by those to whom he’s loyal but, when faced with new evidence, is also willing to change his mind.
The pope has accepted the resignation of the leader of the Archdiocese of Washington. What happens next?
Reassessing the Catholic Church’s dubious history in Latin America
For Moscow, the crisis is geopolitical as well as religious.
In India, thousands are embracing apps that allow them to pay for a ritual to be performed on their behalf.
The formation of “Jews in the AfD” is baffling to many, but it’s also part of a larger pattern across Europe.
The Church is offering to pay people who can credibly say they were abused as children, but who can no longer file a lawsuit because the statute of limitations has passed.
The country is using high-tech methods of repression, but even the simplest tech may be enough to expose them.
The Catholic world is struggling to absorb a week of new revelations and resignations.
Children and parents are being ripped apart on a massive scale. It may rob an entire generation of their Muslim identities.
An explosive letter calling on the pope to resign may say more about its author than anything else.
Labour’s leader is facing a growing anti-Semitism scandal, but his base looks ready to weather it.
The country is putting Muslims in internment camps—and causing real psychological damage in the process.
A letter calling for his resignation shows how serious his crisis of credibility has become.
Pope Francis says he supports a “zero-tolerance” policy, but some insist those words are not enough.