The New Yorker: To the privileged in Vancouver and the besieged in Cairo, Pope Francis spoke as a Christian, but also as a moral voice that history has wondrously lifted up.
The New York Times: It's not a coincidence that conservative evangelical leaders tend to resist taking harassment and assault claims seriously.
The Indianapolis Star: Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows will break new ground in the Episcopal Church that she says is more diverse than people think.
Christian Today: Just like anybody else, churches in America are also trying to adapt to the changing times. That's why even the time-honored tradition of 11 a.m. Sunday service is at risk.
Religion News Service: An interview with Pastor James Emery White about his new book, "Meet Generation Z: Understanding and Reaching the New Post-Christian World."