The New York Times: The fight against President Trump's executive orders to turn away refugees, deport undocumented immigrants and build a wall along the Mexican border is about to escalate in many American churches.
National Catholic Reporter: If immigration authorities without a warrant knock on the door of Chicago churches, rectories or Catholic schools, don't let them in, Cardinal Blase Cupich writes to his priests.
The Atlantic: After interviews with 200 senior business executives, Hal Gregersen of MIT found that one of the virtues of good leadership is listening properly.
The Hill: It's not religion, but American civil religion that can help explain Trump's broader-than-expected voter base.
Religion Dispatches: In his new book, religious studies scholar Philip S. Francis uses personal stories from young evangelicals to explore how art can dramatically reorient Christian beliefs and practices.