The (London) Telegraph: Oxbridge chapels report quiet revival in digital era as Christians, Muslims and atheists alike seek solace in choral music and Prayer Book.
Religion & Politics: Dr. Paul Farmer is one of the most important figures in global health, and his embrace of liberation theology with the work of global health has been both visionary and perfectly in key with scientific data.
Christianity Today: When it comes to helping refugees, Protestant churches and their pastors are often separated by faith and fear.
The New York Times: Over four decades, at least 50 Catholic priests and other church employees molested hundreds of children in a small diocese in Pennsylvania, and in many cases their superiors knew about it but did not remove the priests or notify law enforcement, according to a grand jury report.
National Catholic Reporter: Australian cardinal says he was deceived over reassignment of priest abusers
Religion News Service: Lord Jonathan Sacks, Britain's former chief rabbi and a prominent leader in efforts to promote interfaith understanding among people of all faiths, has won the 2016 Templeton Prize.