Tourists visiting a cathedral in Mexico may have had the biggest shock of their lives recently when, in one brief moment, the closed eyes of a little girl saint—whose preserved remains had been in the cathedral for some 300 years—suddenly opened, the Mirror reports.
Pope Francis has approved changes to the way in which healings can be approved by medics as miracles from potential saints.
In a report on The Catholic News Agency, anti-pornography advocate Clay Olsen lamented how young people are becoming more and more liberal about their views on porn.
Changing the mind of an atheist is understandably not an easy task, but popular evangelist Rev. Billy Graham has tips on how to accomplish this noble task, and it involves just two easy steps.
A recent survey by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) revealed that 25 percent of the American population consider themselves to be not affiliated with any religion. The more alarming news: The same polls showed that almost two in every five Americans aged 18 to 29 do not have any religion.
Writer and researcher David Kinnaman has spoken about his new book 'Good Faith'. What's it about, and what might Good Faith look like in today's culture?
After a significant meeting between theologians from the two sides, there are signs that change is in the wind.
The Church of England and its sister Episcopal Church across the Atlantic might be experiencing steady and apparently inexorable decline. But latest figures show attendance at England's 42 cathedrals is soaring.
Justin Welby has said that new family structures, including same sex unions, are now a reality "whether we agree or not" in a sermon which dismissed the idea of a Victorian golden age of family values as a "myth".
A Catholic priest has been kidnapped in Mexico, following the kidnapping and murder of two priests at the weekend.
Christian families in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh have been ostracised by their village because they have refused to renounce their faith.
Speaking this week at the United Nations Summit for Refugees and Migrants in New York, Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin called for greater global action for people displaced by conflicts around the world.
The Bishop of Exeter has castigated the Dean of Exeter in a report that condemns him as "remote and disinterested".
Despite narratives of Church decline, Christianity is on the brink of a comeback, says popular author and activist Brian McLaren.
Zambian president Edgar Chagwa Lungu Lungu appointed Rev Godfridah Sumail as head of the new ministry of religious affairs last week.