(RNS) The “Shame on Kraft” campaign by One Million Moms, an arm of the American Family Association, goes after the nearly naked “Zesty Guy” in the latest Zesty Italian salad dressing ad.
(RNS) When the government lies, it breaks its covenant with the people, and risks chaos worse than any terrorist could imagine.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) Advocates for survivors of clergy sex abuse vow to continue their fight after the International Criminal Court dismissed their case against retired Pope Benedict XVI.
(RNS) Pittsburgh Theological Seminary devoted its summer leadership conference to insights from the life and work of Fred Rogers, whose popular television show cultivated virtues such as neighborliness.
(RNS) A movement leader on immigration reform, Jenny Yang was once reluctant to speak up fearing her own identity might be an obstacle to change.
(RNS) “Save Me,” NBC’s new prime time sitcom, may not be religious enough, neglecting its potential core supporters.
(RNS) Snooping undermines the civil liberties that make the United States of America what it is.
(RNS) There’s a new evangelical engagement with public schools that is dedicated solely to helping kids rather than arguing over school prayer, evangelism, and other culture war flash points.
(RNS) As the Supreme Court prepares to issue two historic decisions on gay marriage this month, judges and lawyers who worked on earlier cases don’t expect anything all-encompassing from a cautious and conservative court.
(RNS) A spokeswoman for the Philadelphia district attorney said several people have called and tweeted requests for the bodies of babies killed by abortion provider Kermit Gosnell, but the ultimate decision will come from the medical examiner’s office.