The subterranean cemetery of New York City’s old Catholic cathedral is now open to the public.
A breakaway Anglican church in England appears to be forming as conflict over same-sex marriage continues.
In the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, justices are considering whether creative work—like decorating a cake—is protected free speech.
Agricultural laborers often work long hours without overtime or paid days off. They're part of running a new center in Long Island to advocate for their rights.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Abundant Harvest ministry near Houston has increased its efforts to feed people and foster community.
“If you are a direct victim of gun violence, you have a right to be heard,” said a grieving mother who has engaged in advocacy with people from Newtown, Connecticut.
Roy Moore—known for controversial stances on God and government—was defeated by Doug Jones, an attorney who prosecuted a civil rights era church bombing case.
The award honors his book The Cross and the Lynching Tree, which shows how white supremacy has affected dominant views in the church.
The "sensitive locations" policy is in question with undocumented people in hospitals. What about in congregations providing sanctuary?
Many Jews in Israel were pleased, while other groups—including among U.S. Jews—were concerned.