(RNS) Her latest book, “Grounded: Finding God in the World, a Spiritual Revolution,” champions a return to nature and an embrace of hospitality. It also begs a frequent question, “Where is God?”
TOKYO — Chiune Sugihara defied government orders and issued travel visas allowing thousands of Jewish refugees to escape Nazi persecution in 1940.
(RNS) The idea is to ordain them as deacons, not priests. But if the idea floated among 270 leading churchmen flies, it would represent a historic breakthrough for the Catholic Church — or, perhaps, a return to a New Testament tradition.
(RNS) Under the policy, students who enter the university as Mormons but then undergo a faith transition can be expelled, evicted from student housing and fired from on-campus jobs.
(ROME) The Archdiocese of Trento issued a statement saying it “completely disassociates” itself from the Rev. Gino Flaim’s remarks.
(RNS) We should celebrate the humility and courage it takes for Mohler and others to say “I got that wrong.” And yet, Christian leaders must ask how this situation might help them become more prudent in expressing their opinions going forward.
(RNS) A new survey, which asked no questions about evolution, looks at the origin of the universe and human morality in Christian terms.
ATLANTA (Reuters) King’s sons want to sell their father’s Bible and Nobel Peace Prize medal, while the late civil rights leader’s surviving daughter, Bernice King, opposes the sale, calling the items “sacred.”