NPR: For many, the multiracial church movement appeared to be a good idea, attracting both whites and people of color.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: The Rev. C.T. Vivian made his lasting mark on the civil rights movement during an ugly confrontation that tested his commitment to nonviolence.
The New York Times: Advocates for abuse victims had long asked the Roman Catholic Church to make this change, but said the new guidance still gives bishops too much leeway.
Religion News Service: Last week, concerned about support for President Donald Trump among Southern Baptists and a lack of urgency in dealing with racial inequality, the pastor and his congregation decided it was time to leave.
Pew Research: Americans have been debating where to draw the line between religion and government since the country's founding.