Religion News Service: The Democratic Party has hired a new religious outreach director and launched a round of listening sessions with faith leaders in the lead-up to the 2020 election.
The Guardian: Addressing hate speech does not mean limiting freedom of speech. To prevent it from escalating, we need to treat it as we treat every malicious act, the UN secretary general writes.
Religion & Politics: The 18-to-29-year-olds missing from predominantly white evangelical churches span two generations.
America: U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke has resigned from the Dignitatis Humanae Institute, saying it has become "more and more identified with the political program" of Steve Bannon.
Religion News Service: Secretary Castro speaks on his Catholic upbringing, his commitment to justice and why he believes the 2020 election is a critical moment for the soul of America.