From Rome to Rio, a glimpse into Good Friday celebrations. The solemn holiday remembers Jesus’ crucifixion and is commemorated during Catholic services throughout the world.
Maundy Thursday marks the beginning of the three-day Easter celebration, and you may also hear it referred to as Holy Thursday, Sheer Thursday, or, intriguingly, Thursday of Mysteries.
The meaning is less of a mystery — it’s …
If you eyeball Gallup’s latest data-driven map of religiosity in the U.S., it looks similar — with a few tweaks — to an electoral map from a recent presidential election. This week the polling outfit released its latest study …
Nonbelievers gathered on the National Mall for the first “Reason Rally” in a display of solidarity for their secular views.
Another conference, another controversy.
A landmark court case over the rights of Christians to wear religious symbols at work is raising a debate about discrimination and the position of believers in British society.
Two British women have brought a case in front of …
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It might not be a High Holy Day, but Purim is certainly one of the most joyful holidays on the Jewish calendar.
One church in suburban Cincinnati must have lots of busy parishioners. So busy, in fact, that they can only make time for a drive-thru Ash Wednesday.
The Rev. Patricia Anderson Cook of Mt. Healthy United Methodist Church will
A series of fires in New York City, including one at an Islamic community center on Long Island, has many in the Muslim community calling out for awareness of increased anti-Islamic bias crimes in the city and across the nation.
As Dec. 25 comes closer, it seems that no cashier, receptionist or librarian can resist asking my kids what they’ve requested from Santa.
Here’s one Christmas surprise you didn’t expect: Christmas is actually on January 7.