Most of the Roman Catholic bishops' conferences around the world have missed a Vatican deadline on drawing up anti-abuse guidelines.
The Vatican has received its report card on financial transparency, but hid it under the couch where mom and dad can't see it.
Liberal Catholics in Virginia don't want to sign a church fidelity oath.
The Diocese of South Carolina (a state that's no stranger to secession) left the Episcopal Church's General Convention in protest yesterday.
The diocese says S.C. is not leaving the Episcopal Church, but will probably do something after Episcopalians approved a rite for blessing same-sex couples on Tuesday.
A draft of Egypt's new constitution says Islam is the state religion and "Christians and Jews shall resort to legislation derived from their own religions."
If that holds, I'll walk like an Egyptian to Cairo.
Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, one of the leaders of the effort to build an Islamic community center near the World Trade Center, says he received death threats over the project.
A former U.S. soldier is suing the NYPD over its surveillance of Muslims.
The Vatican says a bishop ordained in China without Vatican approval has automatically incurred the sanction of excommunication.
A large block of ice crashed through the roof of a church in England during Mass.
A new Muslim prayer mat lights up when facing Mecca.
I can't wait until the machines take over journalism.
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