Religion News Service: Theologically, there is a difference between profanity and cursing, says William J. Barber II. To curse is to pronounce harm and back it up with power.
NBC News: African-American pastors condemn Trump's vulgar remarks, call for social justice
Quartz: Only philanthropy is free to pursue the Big Questions -- purpose, meaning, and truth -- in ways that governments or commercial enterprises cannot. But today's philanthropy can't do things the same old way, says Templeton World Charity Foundation president.
Christian Today: It's crunch time for the Church of England and the Methodist Church, which are facing a crucial decision this year.
The Atlantic: Catholic parishes have been hit hard by President Trump's decision to suspend Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans.
Associated Press: Pope Francis has apologized for insisting that victims of paedophile priests show "proof" to be believed, but doubled down on his defense of a Chilean bishop.