Washington Post: When the tidal wave of coronavirus news washed over his suburban Philadelphia congregation, the Rev. Barry Gray knew he had two issues, one spiritual and the other political. And they were intertwined.
HuffPost: Catholic Churches are emptying holy water fonts over coronavirus concerns
Baptist News Global: Tornadoes that destroyed more than 140 buildings Tuesday night in middle Tennessee left their mark on a number of religious landmarks in Nashville.
Christian Century: The tax generates very significant sums for the churches -- several billion euros annually across the continent.
Religion News Service: For Raquel Guerra, transitioning to life outside the church wasn't easy. For years, she could not find anyone who could sympathize with what she had been through -- then she found a community on Reddit.
Vox: Philosopher Martin Hägglund on freedom, politics, and the meaning of life.
Religion & Politics: To be sure, there are rising numbers of religiously unaffiliated Democratic voters, yet the Democratic Party's secular image seems erroneous when one considers how often candidates have folded religious rhetoric into their campaigns.
NPR: Higher education in the United States is more of an international community than ever, and that means the impacts of the coronavirus have been felt broadly across the country already.
Associated Press: Welcome to sound bath Evensong.
Vox: As the Supreme Court considers a Louisiana law, this is how anti-abortion groups see the direction of the country.
The Nation: China forces Muslim minorities to produce materials that may be used by Nike, Uniqlo, Zara, and other retail giants. It's time for the fashion industry to talk about divestment.