The New York Times: Mister Rogers' show was an expression of the mainline Protestantism that was once the dominating morality in American life, David Brooks says.
Vox: Amy Coney Barrett, who is on President Trump's short list, has written about how religious views and judicial views intersect -- and sometimes collide.
Comment: James K.A. Smith has a caution for reactionary liberals who hear "theocracy" whenever Christians talk about "the kingdom."
The (London) Guardian: The Pulitzer prize-winning author is "too old to mince words" -- and so she's taking on the cynicism of liberals, the toxic history of America and the sloppiness of contemporary discourse.
USA Today: Episcopalians will consider altering rules related to weddings for same-sex couples when they gather this month in Texas for the denomination's triennial meeting.
Religion News Service: As Episcopalians meet, debate looms about their place in the Anglican world