Around the world, Catholics reacted Friday to a sweeping document in which Pope Francis said they must be guided by their own informed consciences and not rely exclusively on church doctrine to negotiate the complexities of sex, marriage and family life.
Having already made a .50-caliber sniper gun the official state rifle, Tennessee lawmakers voted Monday to make the Holy Bible the state's official book.
Mormon leaders called on members to practice tolerance despite political differences, providing the faith's U.S. members guidance at a church conference Saturday amid a presidential campaign marked by harsh rhetoric and bickering.
A Valencia actor's decades-long run of playing Jesus in the Spanish city's annual Easter Parade is ending. And he believes it's because officials think he's too light in the sandals for the role.
Posterior pontificates over pastor protection.
For someone who purports to hate ABC's ratings-challenged sitcom "The Real O'Neals," this guy seems to be hanging on its every word.
The rock bottom of insanity apparently has a trap door, and Michele Bachmann just located the hatch on the floor.
A bill seeking to underscore the right of Tennessee clergy to refuse to perform marriages based on religious convictions has failed in the House.
Kansas' conservative Republican governor signed legislation Tuesday allowing faith-based groups at college campuses to restrict membership to like-minded people, likely putting the state on a collision course with civil liberties groups.
Fox's Bible-based musical "The Passion" worked no miracles on viewers.