The New York Times: Each morning they flow into Courtroom Six, escorted by federal officials from a holding room reserved for survivors and families of the victims.
The Christian Science Monitor: Messages of support marked interfaith services in Washington and Boston, where 2,600 people showed up at a mosque Sunday -- far more than organizers expected.
The Washington Post: Some evangelicals are wondering if focusing on American cities as a mission field has caused them to overlook the needs and concerns of their counterparts in rural America.
Vox: From Sausage Party to Silence, it was a banner year for religion onscreen.
Christianity Today: Magazine's picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.