Only 63,696 of the 1.4 million refugees considered top priorities for resettlement received resettlement in 2019, according to a fact sheet published by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) on Feb. 5.
ABILENE, Texas — Hardin-Simmons University’s board of trustees voted to close Logsdon Seminary. President Eric Bruntmyer announced the board’s action in a letter released about 9 p.m. on Feb. 7. (UPDATED)
(RNS) — What's on pastors' minds? It may not be what you think, according to a report released last week by Barna Group.
Faith-leaders and believers fear new religious broadcasting sees the obligatory reverence of earlier TV decades replaced by ritual ridicule.
A new, expansive faith-based media company will emerge in June 2020, combining the resources of two independent, national non-profit organizations.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — In a state where betting on the Kentucky Derby is seen as a rite of passage, efforts to legalize wagering on other sports have barely gotten out of the starting gate.
CatholicVote is a conservative political group using "geofencing" of cellphone data to target Catholic voters at Sunday Mass, according to Heidi Schlumpf of the National Catholic Reporter.
“Why doesn't God do miracles today like when Moses was having a hard time? Wouldn't it be better for everybody if God just smashed all those evil commies and murderers?” Those words were asked by a questioning fifth grader
I knew my days with Windows 7 were numbered. Microsoft had announced that the end of extended support would be January 14, 2020. And finally, we have arrived.
(RNS) — In the age of fan fiction, the age of memes, the age of mashups and YouTube compilations, we no longer take for granted that there is a single, fixed narrative — one that belongs to the author, by virtue of him or her