As Queen Elizabeth II is mourned, here are some details of the Church of England, of which she was a member. The history of this church is explained, as well as what it meant to the Queen.
The new Pew Research Center report found a surge of adults leaving Christianity to become atheist, agnostic, or "nothing in particular."
"Prayer saved our church...and prayer is going to give us the strength and the graces that we need to build it back," St. Mary’s Catholic School Principal Josh Regan said in a message to parents following the devastating blaze.
Sarah Faulkner found out she would never walk again, but she has forgiven the teenager who caused the accident.
“I think at my age and with these limitations, I have to save (my energy) to be able to serve the church, or on the contrary, think about the possibility of stepping aside."
Francis didn’t refer to the ruling or explicitly mention abortion in his homily.
A Vatican archive of 2,700 cases of requests for help by Jewish people has renewed a debate on Pope Pius XII's legacy. Some Jewish groups criticize Pius claiming he remained silent in the face of the Holocaust.
This year’s poll found 17% of Americans said they do not believe in God.
The Massachusetts school president said they will continue to display the flags and will appeal the decision.
A pastor claimed some members interrupted her service and she could be out of a job because of work she did with the LGBTQ community.
Erin Currier travels the world and says she often notices the best virtues in people that are often overlooked in society.
Easter is a time when Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ, but a few aspects of the holiday were adopted from religions outside of Christianity.
The rare convergence of holidays - a time for reflection and hope - has been overshadowed by war in Ukraine, uniting faith leaders across the globe in calls for peace.
A Russian news report in 2020 said the Christian relic would be stored on the Moskva, the flagship of Russia's Black Sea fleet, which sank this week.
Celebrating Palm Sunday Mass before crowds in St. Peter’s Square for the first time since the pandemic, Pope Francis called for “weapons to be laid down to begin an Easter truce."
More than 150,000 native children in Canada were forced to attend state-funded Christian schools from the 19th century until the 1970s. Now, Pope Francis is apologizing for the rampant physical and sexual abuse that took place.
Pope Francis ate breakfast Tuesday and took a walk as he continues to recover from a scheduled intestinal surgery, the Vatican said.