Religion News Service: More than 600 United Methodist clergy and laypeople have signed a formal denominational complaint against fellow United Methodist Attorney General Jeff Sessions, condemning his role in the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy of separating children from their parents along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Religion Dispatches: Why the Methodist effort to discipline Sessions is a risky business
The (Toronto) Star: The trappings of religion, even when manifest in a royal wedding, may belong to the past, but the message of religion is as important and as relevant as it has always been, says Dow Marmur.
Religion & Politics: In his new book, "Christian: The Politics of a Word in America," historian Matthew Bowman documents a few of the many forms that Christianity in the U.S. has assumed over the past 150 years.
Catholic News Service: Pope Francis denounced the practice of administering prenatal tests to determine birth defects that often lead to abortions, comparing it to the Nazi-era eugenics program that determined what lives were worth keeping or eliminating.
Baptist News Global: As young people abandon Facebook in favor of other social media platforms, should churches follow them into virtual spaces that many ministers have barely heard of?