Can moderate religion combat religious extremism or will only hardline secularism succeed?
In West Texas, a Christian pregnancy center has grown increasingly involved in reproductive life — including teaching sex ed in public schools.
We need a new common narrative about who we are as a country
In acknowledging its failures, Georgetown has renewed the Christian story of sin and redemption, one that often seems to have been banished from a world where the acknowledgment “mistakes were made” rarely entails much remorse, let alone penance.
Members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota fear their sacred lands and livelihoods are in danger from a planned oil pipeline, and a major mainstream news anchor has taken up their cause.
You might think the only thing that distinguishes these places of worship from a Walmart Supercenter is a cross adorning the facade. No elaborate vaults or soaring arches here.
Mother Teresa, the tiny nun who devoted her life to the poor, was declared a saint by Pope Francis at the Vatican as he celebrated her “daring and courage” and described her as a role model for all in his…
In his new book, theologian Harvey Cox argues that contemporary society has deified the economy. What was once the market is now The Market, an “omniscient” power that settles basic questions of meaning and value.
Georgetown University has decided to create a new institute to study slavery and will rename two of its buildings as it develops ways to address its past connections to the slave trade.