6-year-old Gurupreet Kaur’s parents said desperation and dreams of a "safer and better life" led to a border crossing attempt in the blistering Arizona desert.
Pope Francis has often spoken up in support of migrants and refugees seeking to escape war and poverty around the world.
The “Morning Joe” host said Mike Pence should reacquaint himself with what the Bible says about caring for children.
Cathedral High School in Indianapolis said the “agonizing decision” to follow Archbishop Charles Thompson's mandate came after months of dialogue.
Southern Baptist leader Paige Patterson accused her of lying, asked her humiliating personal questions and threatened her mom, a lawsuit contends.
The Alexandria Blue Boy stamp carried a letter between a secretly courting couple 172 years ago, with instructions to burn it after reading.
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis will no longer recognize Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School as Catholic after the school refused to fire a gay employee.
A former Scientologist is suing the church and its leader David Miscavige, alleging years of abuse — and lawyers are hoping it will inspire more to come forward.
Paula White suggested the president was "anointed" by God as America's defender when she delivered an opening prayer at Trump's reelection rally.
The male United Methodist Church pastors said they felt "furious" and "ashamed" after reading about the misogyny female pastors deal with.
Many officials including teachers and cops won’t be able to wear hijabs, kippas or other religious symbols on the job, thanks to Quebec’s new Bill 21.
A cafe in O'Fallon refused to host Kendall Brown and Mindy Rackley's rehearsal dinner because the owners disapprove of their relationship, the couple said.
After the pop star denounced a bill allowing government employees to avoid serving certain constituents, Puerto Rico's governor withdrew his support of it.
Open Cathedral, an LGBTQ-affirming church in Texas, has rented out a room at the Leander Public Library to make sure the show goes on.
Pope Francis has moved the Rev. Augustus Tolton into the second stage of the four-part canonization process. There are still no black American Catholic saints.
Pauline Hoffmann claims that St. Bonaventure University's decisions on her promotion stem from a "fear of the unknown."
Group Publishing has since revised its "Roar" curriculum for vacation Bible school and has issued apologies.
A new study says that the church poured at least $10.6 million into lobbying efforts in eight Northeastern states.
David Haas' song, composed to celebrate Pride Month, illustrates how some Catholics are striving to be more welcoming of LGBTQ people.
The Texas-based preacher suggested that he would be surrounded by demonic forces on commercial planes and argued that God wants Christians to be wealthy.
Tahnee Savanna Gonzales apologized for setting a poor example for her children at the Islamic Community Center of Tempe last year.
The ELCA joined forces with local immigrant advocacy groups to try to stop Betty Rendón-Madrid's deportation — but their efforts proved futile.
Liberal Asian Americans who have felt spiritually homeless in the past are building their own communities both on and offline.