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Faith and politics mix to drive evangelical Christians’ climate change denial

U.S. Christians, especially evangelical Christians, identify as environmentalists at very low rates compared with the general population. According to a Pew Research Center poll ...

Religious tourism plummets as sacred sites close down

Religious tourism is among the oldest forms of planned travel and to this day remains a huge industry. About 300 million to 330 million tourists visit the world’s key religious si...

What literature can tell us about people’s struggle with their faith during a pandemic

A recent Pew Research poll found that religious faith had deepened for a quarter of Americans because of the coronavirus pandemic. Some might indeed take solace in religion at a t...

Not so random acts: Science finds that being kind pays off

Acts of kindness may not be that random after all. Science says being kind pays off. Research shows that acts of kindness make us feel better and healthier. Kindness is also key t...

Monks, experts in social distancing, find strength in solitude

Need a habit to get through trying times? Try solitude. Ever since the rainy season retreats of the Buddha 2,500 years ago, sages have celebrated the transformative power of being...

Trinity Lutheran Church to reopen for in-person services

The Journal Trinity Lutheran Church will reopen for in-person services at 9 a.m. Sunday. The handicap ramp will be used as a one-way entry point. There will also be a ...

Faith leaders lead congregations through tumultuous time

NEW YORK – American religious leaders across faiths are grappling with the heavy burden of helping to heal two active traumas: rising civil unrest driven by the police killing of George Floy...

Slowly, surely, houses of worship emerge from lockdown

For the first time in two months, there was clapping, singing and fellowship inside Stithton Baptist Church in Radcliff, Kentucky, as members of the congregation returned to the sanctuary Ma...

Poll: U.S. believers see message of change from God in virus

Even some who don’t affiliate with organized religion saw a bigger message

With split delayed, United Methodists face a year in limbo

Church divided over same-sex marriage, LGBTQ pastors

Poll: Most in U.S. back curbing in-person worship amid virus

<span class="Drop cap">Only about a third say that prohibiting in-person services violates religious freedom</span>

Pandemic, border crackdown hamper Catholics’ aid to migrants

NOGALES, Mexico – For years, Catholic-led, U.S.-based nonprofits have been at the forefront of efforts to support migrants and asylum-seekers along the Mexican border. Tough new border polic...
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