“The vampires represent those of us in society who feel damned and I am always seeking a way for them and those of us who identify with them to be saved.” – “Interview With a Vampire” novelist Anne Rice, in an interview with America magazine.
ST. LOUIS (RNS) To some, the puzzle surrounding the Shroud of Turin was solved when laboratories in the U.S., England and Switzerland determined through carbon dating that it originated around 1260 to 1390. To others, it remains a mystery.
(RNS) As a not-so-famous blue-collar sage once told me: “Selfishness and entitlement are such fast-growing weeds.”
(RNS) “There are people in our community that … are only going to sit down and listen to you talk about separation of church and state for so long,” said Kimberly Veal, a Chicago-based black atheist.
(RNS) All of today’s religion news, presented in a format that even my 2-year-old twins could understand. Well, maybe not the Dutch Jewish grandmother prostitutes part.
(RNS) The Christian ethicist said he does not want to be seen as taking sides in a conflict between the administration and its faculty.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) After perestroika, Russians couldn’t get enough evangelical preaching. These days, Ignatenkov said, people are indifferent.
(RNS) The 10 seminaries represent mainline Protestant, Catholic, evangelical and black church traditions.
“NOW it starts to get real, people! When gay people have the same rights straight people do to get drunk and drive to Las Vegas to get married by an Elvis impersonator then marriage equality in the USA has crossed a Rubicon for sure.” – The Rev. Susan Russell of All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, Calif., a […]