Religion News Service: Organizers say their event in the spring will "stand in stark contrast to the distorted Christian nationalism that many white evangelical leaders have become known for."
The New York Times: As President Trump prepares to speak at the National Prayer Breakfast, conservative religious leaders have hailed the president's first-year agenda as their own.
National Catholic Reporter: Catholic funerals are deeply grounded theologically and tie lives up in a way that gives them profound meaning from baptism to and beyond death, says Bill Tameus.
The (London) Guardian: What started out as a modest camping ground for Methodist families 140 years ago is now for many an idyllic community -- but a lawsuit will test its rule that only practicing Christians can own property.
Narratively: Every Shrove Tuesday, the entire town of Ashbourne erupts in a brutal football match where almost anything goes and the rare glory of scoring a goal is savored for generations.