WASHINGTON (RNS) Kesher’s congregation has grieved for a year — not for jailed Rabbi Barry Freundel, but for a trust shockingly broken.
As the pastor pulled out the thick stack of bills, the driver gasped, covered her mouth and broke into tears, the video shows. She embraced him and said, “Thank you so much.”
ROME (RNS) Archbishop John Myers drew a line at the altar rail for Catholics who support gay rights or abortion rights and for Catholics whose marriages are not considered valid by the church.
(RNS) Religion may pop up at Tuesday’s first Democratic presidential debate. Be prepared with our backgrounders.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) Mussie Zerai, a 40-year-old Catholic priest from tiny Eritrea in North Africa, is getting recognition for his work rescuing African refugees in the Mediterranean.
JERUSALEM (RNS) While no one tracks the number of religious vs. secular Jews who have been injured or killed in attacks, religious Jews are thought to be repeat victims.
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