The Pope did not change any official Catholic position when he stated on Monday that gays should not be marginalized or judged. But the effects of his words could be transformational in parts of the world where homophobia is …
His comments were short, subtle, but unmistakably direct: “If they accept the Lord and have good will, who am I to judge them? They shouldn’t be marginalized.”
Almost four months after their son committed suicide, Pastor Rick Warren and his wife Kay addressed their congregation for the first time, promising to remove the stigma of mental illness from the church
The Pope keeps shaking things up in Rio. From the moment he arrived on his visit to Brazil, the Pontiff has been traveling with the car windows down to be closer to the people. Then he shed his security detail and bulletproof car …
The date, July 20, 1969, will forever be known as the day the United States of America put the first man on the moon. What most people do not know is the date also marks when Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin celebrated the first and only …
Pastor Howard-John Wesley rallies his congregation to push back against the verdict.
A conservative Christian lobbyist group’s latest crusade is the elimination of pornography on college campuses.
If there is one person who has sustained Sybrina Fulton through her son Trayvon Martin’s death, it has, without question, been Jesus Christ.
A Vomit button for photos of gays — that’s what televangelist Pat Robertson now wants to see on Facebook
West Valley Christian Church members were shocked to learn that their would-be guests were victims of Saturday’s plane crash
Catholic, Episcopalian, Mormon, and other religious and secular officials speak out after the Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage.
Before Republicans can win evangélicos over, they have to know who they really are.
TIME’s Elizabeth Dias stopped by the NewsNation set to discuss her new cover story “Evangélicos!”