Religion News Service: The Washington National Cathedral announced a 15% reduction in full-time staff on Tuesday (June 16) due to the financial impact of coronavirus.
Christianity Today: Zondervan will no longer promote the best-selling author's books or release an upcoming documentary.
Sports Illustrated: An SI investigation found that the football team's aid was extensive. Survivors, who feel betrayed by both institutions, want answers.
HuffPost: At an e-funeral, so many more elements are out of your control.
Religion Dispatches: The photo op with a Bible didn't drive them away. It was just one more reason for leaving.
Business Insider: State health authorities said this week that more than 230 cases were tied to an outbreak at the Lighthouse Pentecostal Church in Union County, which held services in defiance of Oregon's stay-at-home order.
Vanity Fair: Trump's rallies are the rituals by which he stamps his name on the American dream. As he prepares to resume them for the first time in months, his followers are ready to receive.
Sojourners: When Billy Graham declared he would never again preach to a segregated congregation, it was a courageous act for which he was heavily criticized.
Religion News Service: The friars have chosen to be close to the men they serve, and in effect quarantine with them until the danger passes.
BBC: Former Bank of England governors and directors profited from slavery, as did a bishop and dozens of other clergymen.