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By Laura Barrón-López
As the U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to dismantle the constitutional right to an abortion, an Alabama clinic's staff of mostly Black, Christian women draw on their faith that they will somehow continue.
By Claire Galofaro, Associated Press
Pope Francis urged Iraq’s Christians on Sunday to forgive the injustices against them by Muslim extremists and to rebuild as he visited the wrecked shells of churches and met ecstatic crowds in the community’s historic heartland, which was nearly erased…
By Nicole Winfield, Samya Kullab, Associated Press
Pope Francis walked through a narrow alley in Iraq’s holy city of Najaf for a historic meeting with the country’s top Shiite cleric Saturday, and together they delivered a powerful message of peaceful coexistence in a country still reeling from…
By Nicole Winfield, Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Associated Press
Trump and his reelection campaign continue to lean heavily on pitches to Christian voters, with the president asserting the baseless claim that Biden and Democrats are hostile to religion.
By Elana Schor, Associated Press
A coalition of Christian groups including the Church of God in Christ and the National Association of Evangelicals is launching a new criminal justice reform push that seeks to rally believers behind policing changes grounded in biblical principles.
By Judy Woodruff, Courtney Norris, Alison Thoet
Throughout the pandemic, restrictions on social gatherings have forced those who observe major religious holidays to find new ways to practice their faith. How is COVID-19 changing places of worship? Judy Woodruff talks to New York University’s Imam Khalid Latif,…
By John Yang, Rachel Wellford
In April, millions of Christians, Jews and Muslims around the world mark Easter, Passover and Ramadan -- some of the holiest observances of the year. But how are followers of these religions expressing faith and community when the pandemic makes…
As multiple governors issue orders to curb large gatherings, at least a half-dozen states have exempted some level of religious activity.
By David Crary, Associated Press
The portion of Americans with no religious affiliation is rising significantly, in tandem with a sharp drop in the percentage that identifies as Christians, according to new data from the Pew Research Center. Based on telephone surveys conducted in…
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