The Vatican's No. 2 official said the journalists covering the Vatileaks scandal are pretending to be Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code, and that their desire to foment controversy comes from "the devil."
A couple of countries over, the Roman Catholic Church is dismissing a survey that shows an overwhelming number of Scots want to allow religious organization to conduct same-sex marriage ceremonies.
The tension between American nuns and the Vatican may be upgraded to a stand-off.
The AP catches up with the Nuns on the Bus.
The Hutterites Christian sect has issued its first ever press release, calling a National Geographic reality series about them a "distortive and exploitive" version of their lives.
NPR profiles Rev. Fred Luter, who is expected to be elected as the first African-American president of the Southern Baptist Convention today.
The status of Coptic Christians in Egypt: bad and not necessarilty getting better.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barack called the torching of a West Bank mosque by Jewish extremists a "grave and criminal act."
Parliament in Kuwait is suspended as the government ponders an Islamist opposition party that wants religion to play a bigger role in civic life.
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