(RNS) — In the cataclysmic summer of 2020, a new account called “Black Liturgies” quietly appeared on Instagram. “Black Liturgies is a space where Black words live in dignity, lament, rage, and hope,” the first caption reads. Images of white...
When a church announces what’s called a Jericho March (or a Jericho Walk), you might...
(RNS) — The debate over how to teach American history is dividing the country. One side is accused of pretending that America never did anything wrong, while the other side is accused of claiming that America never did anything...
Readers who follow my work will be aware of my conviction that neither the press,...
(RNS) — “Preach the gospel at all times. When necessary, use words.” Those words of St. Francis to his followers come to mind this week as we mark the one-year anniversary Monday (Feb. 14) of President Joe Biden’s reestablishment of...
Almost as soon as the tear gas cleared from the Capitol grounds on Jan 6,...
(RNS) — See if you can spot the lie: Joel Osteen has three private jets named “The Father,” “The Son,” and “The Holy Spirit”; Jim Bakker has a full amusement park on his property — complete with Bible story-themed...
A new report released Wednesday by a trio of groups, both Christian and secular, on...
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Conservative political action committee CatholicVote is suing President Joe Biden’s administration in an effort to secure records of communication between the U.S. government and Catholic groups in regard to two hot-button issues: humanitarian aid at the...
Last week saw another clash about women’s (in)equality play out online between leaders in evangelical...