Religion News Service: With COVID-19 restrictions preventing an intended in-person rally in Washington D.C., at least a million supporters of the Poor People's Campaign reportedly tuned in Saturday.
The New York Times: A young pastor wasn't sure his congregation would like what he had to say and had no idea where it would lead all of them. He found himself at a crossroads of God, Alabama and Donald Trump.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: The nationwide protests confront us white Christians, once again, with the question: do Black lives matter to you?
The Guardian: From the priest who runs Spinning classes to the vegan preacher, how are they spreading the gospel on social media?
Associated Press: Black Roman Catholics are hearing their church's leaders calling for racial justice once again after the killing of George Floyd, but this time they're demanding not just words but action.
Christian Century: Daniel Vaca details the marriage of missionary zeal and financial reward in Christian publishing.
Religion News Service: A predominantly Black but diverse group of clergy and lay people spent the last nine months in a pilot program exploring how theology applies to issues of police violence and criminal justice.
Associated Press: Saudi Arabia said Monday that this year's hajj will not be canceled, but that due to the coronavirus only "very limited numbers" of people will be allowed to perform the major Muslim pilgrimage.
CNN: A four-hour public viewing concluded Monday evening at historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. served as a co-pastor from 1960 until his assassination in 1968.
Religion Dispatches: Does the Council of Bishops not yet recognize that, included among the very Black lives they now declare matter, are members of the LGBTQ community?