ALEXANDRIA, Va. (RNS) Welcome to the world of nursing home evangelism, where teams of lay evangelists target senior citizens for one last chance in this life for glory in the next.
(RNS) Farmworkers, growers and 12 corporate retailers are establishing an unparalleled, worker-led system of accountability, transparency and enforcement. Why won’t Wendy’s join?
(RNS) The rhetorical devices that ascribe the characteristics of a citizen to the legal fiction called a “corporation” are the mud and magic that produce a golem.
Excitement is building for Exclaim!, the area’s largest free Christian music festival, to be held Sunday with national artists For King & Country, Tenth Avenue North, and Greg & Lizzy.
(RNS) There are faith leaders and politicians who will tell you these protections are unnecessary, but LGBT people with whom I minister in the pews of Metropolitan Community Churches tell me stories of losing jobs or job opportunities because of their sexual orientation.
(UPDATED WITH FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS) Retired Auxiliary Bishop Robert W. Donnelly, serving as the third auxiliary bishop of Toledo from 1984 to 2006, died Monday (July 21) in his home at the age of 83.
(RNS) The result was a split-the-baby solution that largely pleased Obama’s gay rights supporters while mollifying some religious critics and leaving enough ambiguity to blunt the opposition of more hard-line foes.
Shortly after my second daughter was born, several people asked me if we were going to keep having children until I had me a son. They said it was important for my legacy. But what, exactly, is a legacy?
Is the government an appropriate place for the community, through its elected officials, to exercise the community’s compassion?
WASHINGTON — The timing of the notice came after the Senate failed Wednesday to pass Democratic legislation that would have reversed the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision on the contraception mandate.