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At the National Cathedral, more than two dozen faith leaders prayed with Trump on his first morning in office.
Many Americans don't understand the call to prayer — or Muslims at all.
Worship services, concerts, food banks, Weight Watchers meetings, fitness programs.
A kindergartner’s mother sued her public school system in West Virginia, saying a 75-year practice of putting kids in Bible classes violates the U.S. and state constitutions.
Many saw the event as a mostly Christian event.
He compared Donald Trump to the biblical character of Nehemiah.
This very act of praying is itself a counter-cultural act.
A Texas lawmaker is asking state mosque leaders to pledge support for the “safety” of former Muslims in a mailed survey being condemned by Islamic civil rights groups.
In a letter to alumnae, the head of school said she disagreed with the Cathedral's decision to perform at the inauguration.
Twenty-six clergy will participate in the service, but there won't be a sermon.
Christians should think twice before accusing Hollywood of ignoring them.
Three churches have sold portions of their property, and are rebuilding their own facilities.
Federal authorities say they’re investigating threats to Jewish centers nationwide.
Test your knowledge: See which biblical characters Trump is expected to emulate.
Orthodox Jewish rabbis said Wednesday they will counter white supremacists’ harassment of the Jewish community in the Montana town of Whitefish by sending students to visit the Auschwitz concentration camp and by mailing a Torah to every Jewish family in the state.
Sister Madeleine Miller applied for a high school teaching job in Nebraska thinking she would get judged on her credentials — not what she was wearing on her head.
The Vatican is striking back at the Knights of Malta, rejecting attempts to discredit its commission investigating the ouster of a top official of the ancient aristocratic lay Catholic order.
Patti Thomas owns a flower shop in the north Georgia town of Lula. Xavier Bryant runs an independent pharmacy just outside Atlanta. Looking toward the inauguration of an entrepreneur as president, the two share this expectation: Donald Trump will be good for business.
The head of the embattled Knights of Malta says lawyers have confirmed he followed the rules in ousting a top official over an old condom scandal that has led to a remarkable showdown between the ancient Catholic lay order and the Holy See.
Boston’s archbishop has been appointed to a top Vatican office that handles cases of clergy sex abuse.