The Washington Post: "Evangelical" or "mainline," "liberal" or "conservative," the adjectives we use to describe our faith have served to divide us more than they have defined us, says Amy Julia Becker.
Religion News Service: Sixty years after he was denied admission on account of his race, the Rev. Gil Caldwell spoke at Duke Divinity School, urging it to confront its past.
National Catholic Reporter: Massive consolidation of Catholic parishes has a familiar ring to mainstream Protestants who have been shedding congregations since the 1970s.
Church Times: The average Church of England church has just three children attending, and the smallest 25 per cent have, on average, none at all.
The (London) Guardian: The Canadian province is barring public workers from wearing the niqab or burqa and obliging citizens to unveil while using public transit or government services.