Religion & Politics: As a stir-crazy nation slowly emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic, debates about what our "new normal" will be like are intensifying.
Religion News Service: Many volunteers involved in the current resurgence of mutual aid projects say that they are driven both by the understanding that existing welfare systems are broken -- and that it's their duty as believers to step in.
The Washington Post: The historical reckoning over abuse and coverups has gripped the church in the West for decades. But far fewer public cases have come from other parts of the Catholic world, including Africa, Asia and the pontiff's homeland in Latin America.
The New Yorker: In 2016, Albert Mohler said that the "marriage of convenience" between evangelicals and the Republican Party was over. In April, 2020, however, he announced that he planned to vote for Trump this fall.
Christianity Today: But when it comes to behavior, evangelicals are as likely as the rest of the country to keep up social distancing, according to Data for Progress survey.