Chief rabbi's attack on anti-Semitism keys reckoning over faith in UK election

A Dec. 12 national election, ostensibly called to settle divisions over Brexit, has brought denunciations from the country's top religious figures aimed at expunging discrimination based on faith, particularly anti-Semitism.

A community of 'co-sufferers': navigating grief in the social media age

Our age of nonstop communication has brought an array of resources, online and off, for those who wrestle with suffering and loss, and people are employing new ways to support each other when tragedy arrives.

As Sudanese protesters demand democracy, Catholic bishop pushes for freedom of worship

A Roman Catholic bishop in Sudan has charged that the largely Arab and Islamic country's ongoing popular revolution will be hollow if it does not also deliver freedom of worship for non-Muslim faiths.