The Roman Catholic archbishop of Cincinnati is criticizing the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie as "a direct assault on Christian marriage."
A Mormon man who runs a website for church members questioning their faith said Monday that he expects to be excommunicated based the tenor of a disciplinary hearing Sunday night, but he may not find out for days.
Rome's homeless are about to get some TLC. The Vatican announced last week it had finished renovations on public restrooms just off St. Peter's Square that will include three showers and a free barber shop for the city's neediest.
An Indiana Senate committee is taking up broadly worded proposals backed by conservative lawmakers that would give state residents and businesses expansive religious freedom protections.
About 100 people attended a vigil outside the Roman Catholic cathedral in San Fran to protest the archbishop's move to require teachers to lead their lives accordance with church teachings on homosexuality and other hot-button issues.
Debates over gay marriage often seem to pit champions of change against Americans of faith, but it's possible to be both, say activists gathered in Denver for the annual meeting of the National LGBTQ Task Force.
San Francisco's anti-gay archbishop is at it again. This time with 2,000 words worth of morals clauses in a handbook for high school employees.
A South Carolina court has ruled that the national Episcopal Church has no claim on the property of the breakaway Diocese of South Carolina or its parish churches.
A bill that would allow Oklahoma ministers to be immune from civil liability for refusing to officiate a same-sex marriage has cleared a House committee.
Just when you thought he couldn't get crazier, Rev. James David Manning is now claiming that pop idol Justin Bieber is transgender.