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Transgender pastor claims bias, sues Lutheran denomination

The Rev. Megan Rohrer, who was elected as the first openly transgender bishop of one of the largest Christian denominations in the country in May 2021, has filed a lawsuit alleging that he w...

West Virginians clash over religious freedom bill at hearing

Supporters cite growing threats to constitutional freedoms

Israel’s rightward shift is straining its ties with U.S. Jews

Coalition includes ultra-Orthodox and ultranationalist parties

India withdraws appeal to hug cows on Valentine’s Day

Political rivals criticized idea on social media

Man sues Denver archdiocese over abuse by convicted priest

DENVER – A man who says he was repeatedly sexually abused as a teen by his Catholic priest more than two decades ago filed a lawsuit against the now-defrocked priest and the Archdiocese of D...

Church of England apologizes for treatment of LGBTQ people

LONDON — The Church of England formally apologized Friday for its treatment of LGBTQ people, even as it said that same-sex couples still won't be allowed to marry in its churches. The apolog...

Saudi Arabia: Hajj pilgrimage returning to pre-COVID levels

Visits fell to as low as 1,000 in 2020, down from 2.4 million in 2019

Faith leaders prep for border changes amid tension, hope

Migrants are deeply mistrustful of swirling policy rumors.

U.S. targets Russian mercenary group over religious freedom

WASHINGTON – The Biden administration on Friday placed a well-known Russian paramilitary organization on a list of religious freedom violators alongside a number of notorious terrorist organ...

Bisons’ relocation to Native lands revives a spiritual bond

‘We all come from the same dirt that these animals are formed from – from our Creator’

Rare 1,000-year-old Christian manuscript returned to Greece from U.S.

ATHENS, Greece — A U.S. museum has returned a valuable 1,000-year-old Christian manuscript to a monastery in northern Greece it was looted from by Bulgarian forces more than a century ago to...

Churches defend clergy loophole in child sex abuse reporting

After intense opposition from religious groups, the clergy privilege remained unchanged
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