Seven hundred teddy bears were placed on the steps of St. Paul's Cathedral today as part of a campaign by the international children's charity World Vision (WV) to highlight the plight of child refugees, 700 of whom are crossing the border from South Sudan into Uganda every week.
Israel last night removed all security from Jerusalem's al-Asqa mosque, following intense protest and one of the bloodiest clashes with Palestine in years. Palestinians gathered this morning to celebrate.
School kids who talk about Jesus or exchange Christmas cards with classmates could find themselves penalized in the name of inclusiveness under new proposals being floated by Australian education officials.
A Yazidi girl who was 14-years-old when she was kidnapped by the Islamic State terror group in northern Iraq has said she was raped every day for six months by a radical she described as a "beast."
The three women, all in their twenties, deny rape but admit the indecent assault charge.
New evidence of the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem has been found at the City of David.
Pope Francis has approvingly replied to an email from a nun who works with transgender women, saying he holds thewomen who are trying to escape prostitution and abuse 'close to my heart'.
Scripture Union has launched The 95 Campaign to address a situation where the vast majority of children and young people in England and Wales choose not to go to church.
39 Articles of Faith, 39 books in the OT – and from Sunday, 39 provinces in the Anglican Communion. Archbishop Justin Welby is to visit Muslim-majority Sudan to inaugurate the 39th province of the Worldwide Anglican Communion
An explosive device was set off by unidentified individuals early yesterday at the headquarters of the Mexican Bishops' Conference (CEM) in Mexico City.
Five members of an American interfaith delegation to Israel, including three Jews, were prevented from boarding their flight from Washington DC, reportedly because of their activism on behalf of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS).
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday urged all Muslims to visit and 'protect' Jerusalem in the wake of violence over metal detectors that Israel installed and later removed from the Temple Mount.
The French president Emmanuel Macron will lead mourners marking the one year anniversary of the murder byIslamist militants of the priest Fr. Jacques Hamel.
One pastor is watching the skies and believes he's seeing some things that have never been seen before - what he interprets to be signs that civilization is inching closer and closer to the end times.
Israel has removed metal detectors from the historic al-Asqa mosque after days of violence and protest over the holy site, but Palestinians have rejected the new security measures.