From the troubled streets of Ferguson to atrocities in Iraq, it’s hard to find something to smile about — but we do, thanks to The Simpsons.
NEW YORK (RNS) A court ruled that a family farm qualifies as a public accommodation because it regularly collects fees for space, facilities, services and meals, so it cannot be considered “distinctly private.”
(RNS) The viral fundraiser has raised millions for research, but some say the money is going toward something that’s morally problematic.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) The pope reaffirmed his support for former Pope Benedict’s shocking decision to retire and did not rule out a similar move himself.
(RNS) I know from my years there as a pastor that Ferguson is a strong community. The town has rootedness, civic pride, strong churches, and a fervent desire to make an integrated community work.
(RNS) For nearly one-third of young marrieds who were part of a national study released Tuesday (Aug. 19), their relationship with their eventual spouse began as a hookup.
The Pope says “yes” to military strikes on ISIS. If you’re Googling “hell,” chances are you live in a tough neighborhood. And how to prevent that “hormonal rush.”
“What I would say to anyone who is engaged in violence is that approach will not ultimately yield the greatest benefit for the community. It may temporarily accomplish an objective. If the philosophy of an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth was one we all embraced, most of us would be without […]
(RNS) Feeling increasingly alienated and even persecuted, some Christians are adopting a favorite image from Scripture — that of the Babylonian captivity.