A federal judge has dismissed a preemptive lawsuit filed by Christian filmmakers who are challenging Minnesota's anti-discrimination law that forbids them from turning away potential clients who are seeking their services for same-sex weddings.Read More
A woman who is serving a murder charge at the Topeka Correctional Facility (TCF) in Kansas is suing prison officials for allegedly violating her constitutional rights by "imposing strong Christian values" on inmates.Read More
Four Republican lawmakers have introduced a new legislation to make churches and other places of worship eligible for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) aid in the wake of natural disasters.Read More
Joel Osteen, the lead pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, has offered to host a displaced Jewish congregation in his megachurch, just weeks after he drew criticism for not immediately offering the building as a shelter for victims of Hurricane Harvey.Read More
Fans of the popular home renovation reality show "Fixer Upper" have expressed their disappointment with the hosts' decision to partner with Target to sell their new home furnishing line called "Hearth and Hand with Magnolia."Read More
Philippine troops have rescued a Roman Catholic priest, who has been held hostage in the southern city of Marawi for almost four months by Islamic State-linked rebels, as the military launched its "final push" to recapture the city.
Catholic leaders came to the defense of President Donald Trump after Pope Francis questioned his commitment to pro-life values over his decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has rejected a rumored offer from Islamic State-linked militants to release dozens of hostages, including a Catholic priest, in exchange for safe passage out of the war-torn city of Marawi.
In anticipation of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation on Oct. 31, more than 250 pastors and theologians have signed a document called "Reforming Catholic Confession" on Tuesday with the aim of demonstrating unity among different Protestant denominations.
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein drew criticism from prominent religious figures, university leaders and academics for questioning judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett about her Catholic faith during her confirmation hearing last week.