(RNS) Americans as a whole are growing less religious, but those who still consider themselves to belong to a religion are, on average, just as committed to their faiths as they were in the past.
Articles tagged “prayer”
At a rally in 2010, Marine Le Pen likened Nazi occupation during World War II to Muslim street prayers “because that is clearly an occupation of the territory.”
(RNS) For the pope, part of the church’s “pilgrim journey” involves walking together and praying for each other.
The caucus meets weekly in the U.S. Capitol to defend the role of (mostly) Christian faith and prayer in the U.S. government and support a conservative vision of religious liberty.
NEW YORK (RNS) Pope Francis asked God to “look on us, people of all faiths and religious traditions, who gather today on this hallowed ground, the scene of unspeakable violence and pain.”
(RNS) Jesus said ‘You must become like a child.’ Maybe that’s part of the appeal in the new trend of adult coloring books, which fans describe as “meditative” and “centering.” But can coloring really be considered a spiritual practice?
(RNS) … You alone are great. Mighty are Your deeds. Awesome is Your power. There is no one like You. In You do we place our trust. …
(RNS) A new app called Instapray, founded by Stanford grad Fryderyk Ovcaric and backed by venture capitalist Peter Thiel among others, is billed as “a safe place that connects people around the world through prayers.” But it also puts some of our worst impulses on display.