It was a pilgrimage never seen before, in the face of violent threats and a deadly virus. Pope Francis arrived on Friday in Baghdad for the first-ever papal visit to Iraq. Nick Schifrin reports.
By Nick Schifrin, Ali Rogin, Courtney Vinopal
The holiest day of the year for Orthodox Christians was reserved and glum in many countries where churches were closed to worshipers for Easter services because of restrictions aimed at suppressing the spread of the coronavirus.
By Jim Heintz, Associated Press
The app, Our Bible, plans to offer devotional readings, meditation exercises, articles and podcasts for LGBTQ Christians and others who feel left out of mainstream Christianity.
By Corinne Segal
The Pew Research Center's follow-up study on religion in the U.S. found that Americans are becoming less religious, specifically young adults who are less likely to believe in God, pray daily or regularly attend religious services.
By Joshua Barajas
While the U.S. is still an overwhelmingly Christian country, since 2007 there has been a notable drop in the number of Americans who call themselves such, and the number of people who don’t identify as any religion has risen dramatically.
What was once a chute for both human and material waste in Jerusalem has now proven to be a store of new information about Christian migrants to the city, and the pathogens they brought with them.
By Domenico Montanaro
It’s one of those questions. “Is President Obama a Christian?” “I don’t know,” is not the right way to answer if you’re a serious presidential candidate. But that’s what Republican Scott Walker said this weekend, trying to punt and play…
News Wrap: Christmas Day car bombings target Christians in Baghdad…
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