The head of the Assemblies of God, the nation's largest Pentecostal body, accuses Obama of "twisting Scripture" to defend gay marriage.
Pope picks fellow German to lead the doctrine-enforcing office that's trying to keep American nuns in line.
Former financial officer of the Roman Catholic Church in Philly pleads guilty to stealing $900,000 from the church.
Brazil: A record decline in Catholics in what is considered the world's largest Catholic country.
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference taps businessman Charles Steele Jr. as its new CEO.
A Neo-Nazi sheds the hate and embraces the Baptists.
Thirty arrested in sectarian violence in Myanmar, where Muslims and Buddhists are clashing.
And hope in India, as Hindu-Muslim violence ebbs. The NYT explains.
- Lauren Markoe, Washington, D.C., still praying for small "p" power