The Guardian: Whether human civilization stays intact amid this worsening weather depends on recognizing our shared humanity -- and designing policy accordingly.
National Catholic Reporter: The Catholic Church has long taught that wage suppression and corporate monopolies are contrary to justice.
Religion News Service: Al-Daoud's deportation and death is not a mystery or a mistake. It's part of a progression that has tightened a cordon around the Chaldean Christian community for more than five years.
Crux: Historically a Catholic country, Brazil has been facing a religious transition since the 1990s, when what had been a steady growth of Evangelical Protestantism began to accelerate.
The Atlantic: In college classrooms, where almost anything is up for discussion, religious ideas are met with awkward silence.