It's Cyber Monday so go ahead and buy a bleeping iSomething. But tomorrow, spend some righteous cash on #GivingTuesday, a new post Thanksgiving tradition.
Looking ahead to Christmas, for the readers on your list, perhaps the pope's new book on Jesus?
Book done, Benedict XVI named six new cardinals, from six non-European countries.
Harvard's assistant humanist chaplain explains what a "faitheist" is and why nontheists shouldn't be offended by the term.
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Humanists rally in Ghana, one of the most religious nations in the world.
Nigerian officials suspect Boko Haram after 11 are killed at a church on a military base in the north.
In Pakistan, a roadside bomb killed at least seven people in a procession of Shiite Muslims preparing for the holy day of Ashoura.
Writing this story helped me fight off despair last week: Muslims and Jews work side by side to help the less fortunate on Thanksgiving.
A widely respected Islamic cleric in Gaza says it would be a sin to violate the truce with Israel.
Today an interfaith center, backed by Saudi Arabia, opens in Vienna, and could spell reform for the desert kingdom.
Embracing the religion of their ancestors, Columbian evangelical Christians convert to Judaism.
In Rome, police are blaming anti-Semites for an attack on fans of a British soccer team known for its Jewish ties.
In case you missed the heated Intelligence Squared debate last week in London, four scholars considered the motion: “‘Hitler’s Pope’: Pius XII did too little to save the Jews from the Holocaust”. The two pro-Pius XII debaters say they managed to improve his reputation somewhat.
We'll close on a hopeful note. A new study shows American teens are cheating, lying and stealing less.
- Lauren Markoe