His 2009 essay, “Losing my religion for equality,” called discrimination against women “a twisted interpretation of the word of God.”
(RNS) The Wisconsin governor uses a popular devotional book to signal to evangelicals that they have the same reading material on their nightstands.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Want to know what Pope Francis will say to Congress in September? A top adviser offers a preview.
(RNS) Meet Sen. Bernie Sanders, the only Jewish candidate for president, and perhaps the least religious person in the race.
WASHINGTON — In his trailblazing role at the State Department, Randy Berry says, he has an opportunity to help his two children grow up in a world more accepting than the one he was born into.
NEW YORK (RNS) “We are in grave danger; we may disappear soon,” Archbishop Jean-Clement Jeanbart said in trying to keep one of the world’s original Christian communities from vanishing.
A new survey suggests Republicans who are strongly opposed to gay marriage could be on shaky political ground in the presidential race.
NEW YORK (RNS) Sister Mary Ann Walsh, a quiet nun with a keen wit who led a very public life as a journalist and a longtime spokeswoman for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, died on Tuesday (April 28) after a tough battle with cancer.
WASHINGTON (RNS) As the Supreme Court finally took up the vexing question of same-sex marriage, the case came down to two competing visions of marriage: what it’s been, what it should be, and who gets to decide.