Christianity Today: Task force and trustees call for community repentance, starting with a change to the name of the library.
NPR: A federal jury has awarded $100,000 to a same-sex couple who sued a former county clerk in Kentucky who refused to issue them a marriage license, claiming that doing so would violate her religious beliefs.
The Associated Press: A sweeping, year-long study of sexual abuse by Catholic priests and others in Switzerland published Tuesday has turned up more than 1,000 cases since the mid-20th century, as the Swiss church becomes the latest in Europe to reckon with the abuse scandal.
The Guardian: The ultimate in low-budget film-making, the Ormonds specialized in bad-taste drive-in movies until a plane crash turned their attention to God.
DW: The war in Ukraine has entangled both politics and religion. In Berlin, it shaped the large peace rally organized by the Catholic community of Sant’Egidio, which brought together representatives from dozens of faiths.