Religion News Service: Cameron Strang, the founder and CEO of Relevant Media Group, found himself under attack from a host of former employees this week who accused him of behavior they said was racially insensitive and changed depending on his mood.
New York Times: The Education Department has ordered the universities to remake the Middle East studies program after concluding that it was offering students a biased curriculum that, among other complaints, did not present enough "positive" imagery of Judaism and Christianity in the region.
USA Today: "I'm praying for you" feels like the right thing to say, but for people struggling, it isn't a solution. Here's how churches can actually help.
America: While the majority of Catholics in the United States under 18 are Latino, only 4 percent of Latino children are enrolled at Catholic schools.
The Atlantic: A term that once described a vital tradition within the Christian faith now means something else entirely.