WGBH: Religious leaders on the left and right are inspired to get their people to go the polls. For both groups, the moral character of the country now hangs in the balance.
Religion News Service: In contrast to previous administrations, the Trump White House is giving selective access to some faith groups while having cabinet-level offices meet with others. Some groups say they have been left out.
The (London) Guardian: The Church of England is in steep decline. With membership sinking to 14% of Britons, can it justify its place at the heart of the state?
Commonweal: Female rage must be powerful, not petty, says Katherine Lucky.
Christianity Today: The novelist's darkly satirical lessons remain stubbornly relevant, no matter the news cycle.