The Conversation: The present controversy over the resignation of Father Patrick Conroy, a Jesuit priest and longtime House chaplain, offers a unique opportunity to ask broader questions about why the U.S. Congress employs chaplains and what they do.
America: In this 2006 interview, James H. Cone, who died Saturday, urged white theologians to speak out forcefully against racism, saying, "I speak out against white supremacy not because I have lost hope, but rather because I too have found it."
Religion Dispatches: James H. Cone: In memorium
The Atlantic: South Koreans are proselytizing in the adamantly atheist country using thousands of illicit radios smuggled over the border.
Forbes: A new book argues that accommodations to religious individuals have been implemented in a random, haphazard manner without any sort of overarching system.
The Guardian: Church leaders claim priests are being verbally abused and spat at while property is being vandalized in the ancient walled city.