WORLD magazine's annual "Daniel of the Year" issue breaks tradition, and profiles not one but three people -- all Chinese dissidents -- who have "exhibited bravery in defense of God's authority, not their own autonomy."
A young evangelical Christian pretends he's gay for a year and writes a book about the whole faith-changing experience. You wonder about morality experiments that lead to book deals.
Sure to rekindle the "do we really need to make Hanukkah more like Christmas?" debate: The Forward publishes a recipe for a gingerbread Hanukkah house complete with vanilla taffy mezuzah.
As lots of media mentioned, the pope joined the Twitters.
Most Americans say that employers -- even religious ones -- should provide birth control coverage to their employees, according to a survey released on Monday
A Pennsylvania man shot his ex-wife as she played the organ during church services.
A few months back RNS previewed "An Article of Hope," a documentary about Israel's first astronaut, the explosion of a space shuttle and a tiny Torah that traveled from Bergen-Belsen to the stars. Now the film has a new title and an airdate on PBS. On Jan. 31, the 10th anniversary of the loss of the Columbia astronauts, the network will show "Space Shuttle Columbia: Mission of Hope."
A Catholic teen's confirmation was called off after he expressed opposition to an amendment to prohibit gay marriage in Minnesota's constitution.
Add to your knowledge: What's the difference between a sister and a nun? A canon lawyer explains.
A faithful Catholic makes rosary repair her retirement project.
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I take it back. The fiscal cliff has its religious crags. WWJD about it?
The principal of a Jewish high school for boys in Brooklyn has been convicted of 75 counts of sexual abuse.
Thanks to The Forward for the photo of the gingerbread Hanukkah house.
- Lauren Markoe