The Washington Post: High percentages of federal workers are reporting they have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, but tens of thousands of holdouts have requested exemptions on religious grounds.
Religion News Service: Two evangelical seminaries sue to block vaccine mandates, citing religious freedom
Religion Dispatches: Though a majority of young people say they engage in acts of protest as a religious or spiritual practice, many do not believe faith groups share their interest in supporting LGBTQ+ rights, gender equity, racial justice, and more.
Episcopal News Service: Episcopal clergy and other local faith leaders are leading a daily ministry of peaceful witness and prayer outside the Glynn County Courthouse in Brunswick, Georgia, during the trial of three white men charged in the Feb. 23, 2020, killing of Black jogger Ahmaud Arbery.
The New York Times: How a new generation of Jewish leaders began to rethink their support for Israel.
ABC News: Government state secrets privilege is at issue in the religious freedom case.