This specialized column made more sense 14 years ago than it does now.
Notes from the Global Church
The power of the Virgin Mary for Vietnamese Catholics—at home and in diaspora
In the absence of strong political leadership, someone has to fill the void.
Millions of Christians worship like the Orthodox but are aligned with Rome. Andy Warhol was one of them.
Behind the resurgence of festivals and flags is a story of cultural change—and resistance to it.
Amid political chaos, a church mural from 1746 grounds Peruvian faith and national identity.
Despite the government’s desire to eliminate non-Hindu faiths, churches thrive in the nation’s diverse south.
To find religious activity among the nation’s young, look to Afro-Caribbean athletes.
Faith is growing in the tropics. So are the temperatures and the tides.
As Protestants gain numbers, a sizable world of Christian music in many genres has emerged.
Tigray, in northern Ethiopia, is in turmoil.
How the Church of South India and Church of North India were formed—and how they fare today.
Likely with both praise and blame.
The Afropean saint is reemerging amid a swelling African diaspora.
As the global population ages, it’s unclear what will bind people to faith.