WASHINGTON (RNS) Brittany Maynard’s choice to die prompts a look at the values and vocabulary of death, dying and decisions people make at the end of their days.
(RNS) Today’s religion headlines are full of tricks and treats. Take your pick in today’s Roundup — and hope you’re not the kid who ends up with a lame sack full of raisins and pencils.
(RNS) A reworked version of purgatory is something that has intrigued some Protestants, and it seems to have won over more than a few.
(RNS) Houston Mayor Annise Parker said Wednesday (Oct. 29) that as important as it is to protect the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO), the subpoenas became a distraction.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) “Judas, poor man, is the one who closed himself to love and that is why he became a traitor,” Pope Francis said.
…open yourself up to the possibility that, if God is able to forgive you, then you might just be able to forgive yourself.
ROME (RNS) About 300 exorcists from around the world held their first-ever convention in Rome and expressed concern about the number of people turning to Satanism and the occult.
(RNS) Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old with an aggressive form of brain cancer, announced she will take her own life on or about Nov. 1. If you were Brittany Maynard, what would you do? Tell us here.