Religion News Service: Native American man from viral video offers to meet with Catholic students, leaders
The Boston Globe: If religion in this country is going down, charitable giving and volunteering are likely to go down, too.
Religion & Politics: Evangelicals exemplify current trends in American political life around race and difference, only in a more intense way. Evangelicals embody U.S. racial attitudes on steroids.
The New Yorker: For centuries, we've given lavish attention to the specifics of punishment, and left Heaven woefully under-sketched.
PRI: When a Columbus, Ohio, church heard about a Netherlands congregation's efforts to shelter an Armenian family facing deportation, it sounded familiar.
Associated Press: Pope Francis said Wednesday that fear of migration is "making us crazy" as he began a trip to Central America amid a standoff over President Donald Trump's promised border wall.
Religion News Service: Employees at the American Bible Society have until the end of this month to sign a statement promising that they will attend church and abstain from sex before marriage, which it defines as between a man and a woman.
Anglican News: A new congregation in a nightclub area and the Church of England's first weekday-only church are two of several new worshipping communities to receive a share of £35 million GBP in funding.
NPR: Religious conservatives have rarely faced much competition in the political realm from faith-based groups on the left. The provocations of Donald Trump may finally be changing that.
Religion News Service: An exemption will allow Miracle Hill, a Greenville-based Christian ministry, to continue to accept only Protestant churchgoing parents to its federally funded foster care program.
CNN: Our public imagination needs to make room for the diversity of Christianity in America, which will only happen if more people like Ocasio-Cortez and Lady Gaga speak up.
Vice: The Vatican's spiffy "Click to Pray" app isn't going to save it. In short, initiatives like this one may be way too little, too late.
Slate: The bothersome teens of Covington Catholic aren't heroes or horrors.
Dallas Morning News: The public face of Christianity has become a cartoon .
Religion News Service: The race against time has prompted a program to take survivors back to their hometowns in Europe to film their recollections of the places where they experienced the catastrophe most acutely.
Baptist News Global: As something of an old-timey Baptist on matters of religious liberty, Bill Leonard would ask several questions of the "In God We Trust" movement.