The Economist: The Episcopal Church, with all its grandeur, nostalgia and contradiction, was a natural spiritual dwelling-place for George H.W. Bush.
Religion News Service: The quiet, steely faith of George H.W. Bush
National Catholic Reporter: 'Excuse me, but what about Willie Horton?'
Vox: Twenty-nine percent of Americans anticipate a secular funeral. What happens when you die and you don't follow any faith tradition?
The Seattle Times: Achingly personal stories - parents losing their gay son, Christians losing their jobs in faith-based organizations after coming out - are prompting some groups to reexamine their discriminatory positions on sexuality and gender.
Religion News Service: In a border city overwhelmed with more than 6,000 asylum-seekers, one group had bulked up its meal program to serve more than 1,200 breakfasts a day.
The Atlantic: The disappearance of a bishop is an object lesson in interacting with Beijing.