Washington Post: When President Obama visits a mosque today, it will put the biggest spotlight in memory on Muslim American life, but not in the way most Americans are accustomed to seeing.
The (London) Telegraph: A new analysis of findings from Britain's national happiness index suggest that religion really can make people more content with their lot.
Big Think: The best leaders constantly question their own beliefs, welcome dissenting points of view, and are fully prepared to change their minds in the face of new evidence.
Religion News Service: Clergy are confessing doubts, fears, frustrations and hopes in 140 character tidbits under the Twitter hashtag #realclergybios.
Los Angeles Times: Erwin Mena called himself "Padre" and celebrated Masses, confessions and baptisms, police say, but he was not your typical man of the cloth. He was a con man posing as a priest.