U.S. CATHOLIC BISHOPS HAVE HEATED DEBATE BEFORE END-OF-WEEK VOTE ON COMMUNION
U.S. Catholic bishops clashed virtually Thursday over whether Catholic politicians who support abortion rights should continue to receive Communion.
SUPREME COURT SIDES WITH RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN HIGH PROFILE LGBTQ RIGHTS CASE
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Currey Cook of Lambda Legal, the gay rights group that wrote a friend-of-the-court brief in the LGBTQ rights case in which the Supreme Court sided with religious freedom.
SOUTHERN BAPTISTS ELECT A NEW PRESIDENT, ED LITTON, WHO IS SEEN AS A BRIDGE BUILDER
He defeated a better-known rival in Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Mike Stone, who ran an aggressive campaign fueled by prominent hard-line conservatives.