Occult activity and the need for exorcisms has increased to a critical level globally, with the spokesperson for the International Association of Exorcists saying the number of bishops and cardinals asking to be part of their annual conference due to rising demonic activity has been going up.
Martyn Casserly explores how the world of digital church has evolved.
Krish Kandiah on how to respond when a friend confides that they think they're losing their faith in God.
Rev Tim Hayes of Dukinfield, Manchester, is said to have refused to baptise the child of unmarried parents.
In the wake of Josh Duggar and The Village Church stories, Hannah Mudge reflects on how the church deals with victims.
Novelist and theologian GK Chesterton was born today in 1874.
Teens and young adults from the Millennial generation are not only less religious and less spiritual than previous generations, a new study warns.
The Church in the UK is in decline – or at least that's what the headlines tell us. So what does the future have in store for British Christianity?
"We have let our membership practices blind us to the person in front of us."
The Vatican is to upgrade its communications strategy to rise to the "digital challenge" of the 21st century, Lord Patten said last night.
A "shadow council" held a closed-door meeting last Monday to consider contentious issues such as support for gay unions and Communion for the divorced and remarried while the Ordinary Council of the Synod of Bishops was meeting Pope Francis.
Saying there is no such thing as "express marriage," Pope Francis expounded on the love between a man and a woman during his weekly general audience following Ireland's recent vote in favour of gay marriage.
Prominent Baptist minister and civil rights activist Al Sharpton has questioned whether the Texas floods in which at least 23 people have died were related to climate control or to "God's rebuke".
Blogger Warren Throckmorton claims to have found discrepancies between how Gospel for Asia raises funds for its work in India and its spending there.
In a New Statesman article, the former Archbishop of Canterbury says that blasphemy is not always an attack on faith.