"I'm a Catholic nun. I'm standing up for trans people"
That is what being a Catholic sister is about.
The Johnny Cash America didn't know
The struggle between the flesh and spirit, between things of this earth and of heaven, animated almost all of his music.
The Fear Factor of Unfamiliarity: Uniting Faith and Media Sectors
A knowledge gap, among other factors, impacts the relationship between faith and media.
"My wife died at 36. I became a single father of 11"
Gershon Schusterman reveals how he rebuilt his life following his wife's sudden death, in this exclusive essay.
Colorado shooting sparks fiery debate inside Mormonism on LGBTQ theology
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has had a complicated and divisive legacy with members of the LGBTQ community, leaving many conflicted.
Bridging the Gap: How the Media and Communities of Faith Can Work Together
By working together, faith and media can overcome present obstacles.
"My friendship with Martin Scorsese changed my life"
Mary Pat Kelly writes about her experiences with the famous film director in this original Newsweek essay.
We Must Provide Security to All People of Faith
As we approach the Jewish New Year, or Rosh Hashanah, and subsequent High Holidays, Jews across America will gather in synagogues and homes in the largest numbers since the antisemitic hostage crisis at a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, in January. Security is a critical priority at a time when antisemitism in the United States is on the rise.
Faith Fluency Fuels Our Best Stories
The media is your public square — a place where a variety of viewpoints, perspectives and personalities should be featured.
Pastor Warns About Marjorie Taylor Greene: She 'Dances With the Devil'
The Reverend Chuck Currie said the congresswoman's push for Christian nationalism is "a threat to an understanding of Christianity."
Fact Check: Is Joe Biden Giving $500k Grants 'to Spread Atheism Overseas'?
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said it was "insanity", calling Dems the "anti-religious party," but how will the funding be allocated?
No, the Kardashians Aren't Catholic—They Have Their Own Church
The Kardashians' faith has become a talking point on social media, after Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Scott's Italian wedding featured Catholic themes.
During the Easter Season, Catholics Across the Country Call for Reparations
We must ask ourselves, how are we going to atone for the systemic evils that oppressed so many people in this country for centuries? How can we always keep this lesson of Easter before us?
Battling Tik Tok Comments, Racism and the Church: BYU Students Want Change
The Black Menaces, a group of students at Brigham Young University, have learned to accept the Mormon church. They hope their school will do the same for them.
Lindsey Graham Says He Made Ketanji Brown Jackson 'Uncomfortable'
The GOP Senator said his line of questioning was no different to what Amy Coney Barrett faced around the time of her nomination hearings.
Was Donald Trump America's First Atheist President?
Former President Donald Trump's cardinal virtues appear to extend to the accumulation of wealth and fame. This is consistent with many non-religious Americans—compared to evangelicals—who tend to find meaning in their lives through finances.
Mel Gibson Says Catholic Church Needs 'Housecleaning' After Scandals
"Like any institution, it's capable of being corrupt," said the Hollywood star of the Catholic Church.
Afghanistan Tops North Korea as World's Worst Religion Persecutor Nation
Christianity is the world's most persecuted faith, according to a survey by a watchdog organization.
Pastor Says God Told Him COVID 'Never Leaving' While Churchgoers Wear Masks
Pastor Shane Vaughn said those who are wearing face masks are walking in the "spirit of the antichrist."
Biden's Act of Child Care Sacrifice
Churches, synagogues and mosques that still opt to provide subsidized child care could be forced to sacrifice the religious character of their programs.
Jamie Lynn Spears' Donation to Mental Health Charity Rejected Amid Backlash
Jamie Lynn Spears has announced plans to donate proceeds from her upcoming book to "This Is My Brave", but the organization has since rejected her offer.
A Faith-Based Case for Climate Restoration
It is heartening to see religious leaders play a key role in creating the conditions for bold and courageous climate action, responding to the climate emergency and promoting care for creation for the sake of generations to come.
What Laura Prepon Has Said About Scientology As She Quits Church
The "Orange Is the New Black" actress had previously said the church's courses felt like "finally something was speaking my language" and had made her life easier.
Biden Says GOP Lawmakers Have Finally 'Seen the Lord,' Embraced Vaccines
"You notice a lot of our very conservative friends have finally had an altar call,'" Biden told attendees at a Virginia campaign event.
New 'God's Not Dead' Movie to Star 'Blacklisted' Antonio Sabato Jr.
The fourth "God's Not Dead" movie features a debate about school choice and an actor who says he was "blacklisted" from mainstream Hollywood after speaking at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
DeSantis Introduces Emergency Response Teams in Florida Jewish Neighborhood
On Monday, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new law recognizing Hatzalah of South Florida as an official Florida Medical Emergency Service.
Kayleigh McEnany Claims 'I Never Lied' as Trump's White House Press Sec
"As a woman of faith, as a mother of baby Blake, as a person who meticulously prepared at some of the world's hardest institutions, I never lied," McEnany said Sunday.
'Life is Fragile': Dr. Robert Lesslie, Killed in SC Shooting, Wrote on Blog
"Life is uncertain. Things happen. Lives are unexpectedly changed or ended. And it happens suddenly," Dr. Robert Lesslie, a South Carolina physician and author who frequently discussed his devotion to faith, wrote in an online blog. Lesslie was killed in a mass shooting on Wednesday.
Churchgoer Gets COVID After Saying 'I'm Willing to Die for My Religion'
Several churches across the United States have seen outbreaks of the virus in recent months as many services resumed.
Conservative Pastor Says Trump Proves Christians Are Immune to COVID
Kenneth Copeland previously told viewers he could heal them from the virus by making them to touch their televisions screens.