With her life on hold, an immigrant woman marks two years in sanctuary

Juana Luz Tobar Ortega spends her days at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church sewing pillow covers, sculpting clay cups and bowls and cooking pupusas and tamales.

What to do about ordination? A gay divinity school student ponders her future

Spencer Cullom undertook the yearslong process to become ordained in the United Methodist Church. She hoped that her denomination would drop its restrictions against LGBTQ clergy and allow her to follow that call. But she knew that might not happen.

Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris ravaged by fire

The 850-year-old Notre Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris appeared engulfed in smoke Monday evening (April 15).

Survey: Most Americans continue to oppose religious service refusals to LGBT people

A new survey finds that Americans continue to oppose the idea that small-business owners should be able to refuse products or services to gay or lesbian people due to their religious beliefs.