For many in the wake of the Aurora massacre, gun control is a religious issue.
It's sentencing day for Monsignor William Lynn, the first American high-ranking Catholic official convicted in the decades-long sexual abuse scandal.
Columbia, Mo., gave Westboro Baptist Church a taste of its own medicine.
Are you chicken? Mike Huckabee comes out for Chick-fil-A.
Try observing Ramadan in Finland, where the days are loooooong.
The Survivors Network of Those Abused By Priests, aka SNAP, says Penn State got off easy with the NCAA penalties. Many analysts, however, say that these are the harshest penalties the NCAA has ever levied on a university sports program.
Mitt Romney endorses a moment of silence for the 40th anniversary of the slaying of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics, something he was not willing to endorse on the 30th anniversary, when he lead the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
A federal appeals court rules that public school graduations in churches with giant crosses on the walls crosses that line that shouldn't be crossed.
Orthodox Church in America head Metropolitan Jonah is dismissed for an alleged rape cover-up.
Family members of Catholic Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya say his fatal car crash Sunday was no accident.
- Lauren Markoe
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