Associated Press: Presidential hopefuls can no longer count on the church as the principal forum to connect with black voters.
New York Times: The founder of the Shincheonji church, which has been at the center of the outbreak in South Korea, is trying to defend his group while denying the accusations against it.
CNBC: Seoul mayor sues South Korea religious group for 'murder' and 'injury' over spike in coronavirus cases
Religion News Service: For nearly two years the Honduran native took sanctuary from deportation at Church of Reconciliation, not knowing if she would ever be able to emerge from her confinement.
HuffPost: The New York lawmaker invoked her Christian faith in a passionate defense of the dignity and rights of LGBTQ Americans.
Salon: The author of "Taking America Back for God" on why Christian nationalism isn't really about religion, or Donald Trump.
The Revealer: What should survivors do when the Church asks them for forgiveness?
Deseret News: Recent research on Generation Z holds some good news for people worried about the fate of organized religion.
Religion News Service: The last of the Bible's 66 books was released in video on the Jehovah's Witnesses website, completing what the U.S. spokesman for the church said is the only complete Bible in ASL.
The Forward: The community faces a tenuous future, but it is becoming a center of Jewish learning and observance that unites people in one of the most polarized areas in the state.
NPR: After decades of pressure from historians and Jewish groups, the Vatican on Monday began allowing scholars access to the archives of Pope Pius XII, the controversial World War II-era pontiff.