The too many people whining about the long lines at the polls today should pass the time with Dan Burke's story on American Buddhists who want to bring mindfulness to the ballot box.
Some folks are trying Election Day Communion to make a little purple out of red and blue.
RNS blogger Mark Silk has already started mining the electoral data for religion trends. Stay tuned to RNS for more Silk insight.
We have had our Mormon moment (and may have more) but myths about Mitt Romney's church persist, writes Peggy Fletcher Stack.
Paul Ryan gets an impromptu blessing for his rosary at a Colorado truck stop.
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Andrea Stone reviews the battle for the Jewish vote in the swingiest states.
The U.S. ambassador to the Vatican, Miguel H. Diaz, is quitting his diplomatic life to move to Ohio to become a swing state voter and teach at a Catholic University.
By order of the Vatican, the last of Cleveland's shuttered parishes has re-opened.
A Catholic nun in upstate New York is accused of stealing $128,000 from two parishes to feed a gambling addiction.
Stephen Prothero accused Billy Graham and other evangelicals of trying to link Jesus to the GOP. Prothero got blasted. Prothero responds.
Voters will consider gay marriage ballot questions in four U.S. states today. In Spain, a high court will hear an appeal of that nation's seven-year-old, same-gender marriage law. And French President Francois Hollande's "Marriage for Everyone" plan hits some snags.
Egypt's new Coptic pope says the nation's new constitution better not be overtly religious, read "overly Islamic."
Patriarch Maxim of Bulgaria, the spiritual leader of the Balkan country's Orthodox Christians, has died at 98.
- Lauren Markoe