Battle over religion in public schools waged in one of America's fastest-growing cities

Public school officials in one of the nation's fastest-growing cities are being accused of violating the separation of church and state.

The pope praised him for providing for his parents; now Texas may want to deport them

Bishops for Texas' 15 Roman Catholic dioceses are among the Texas Senate Bill 4's harshest critics, maintaining it "neglects Christ's call to welcome the stranger..."

As major cities crack down on panhandling, people of faith wrestle with their consciences

Homelessness: in Oklahoma City and major cities across the nation, elected officials increasingly are passing ordinances that crack down on panhandling.


Bible Belt state with nation's highest execution rate considers death penalty flaws

The Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission recommended that a moratorium on the death penalty be extended. Not all Oklahomans are on board.