International evangelist Luis Palau has revealed he has lung cancer.
Jonathan Arnott MEP has resigned from his position and said UKIP has "significantly shifted its position on cultural and religious issues".
Gender-neutral lavatories have been installed at St Asaph Cathedral in north Wales to help ensure transgender visitors feel welcome.
The Church of England has set out plans to improve leadership, after a spate of errors it admits left several cathedrals at risk of ruin.
The mastermind behind the International Religious Freedom Act (IRFA) in the US has said the Church worldwide has "fundamentally failed" to raise awareness about religious freedom and persecution.
The Church of England has released the agenda for what leaders will discuss at a meeting of its governing body, General Synod, in February.
CEO of Bethel Music and Bethel Media Joel Taylor has given thanks to God after his 2-year-old son was released from hospital.
A California couple accused of imprisoning and torturing their 13 children have pleaded not guilty.
Pope Francis has accused victims of Chile's most notorious paedophile of slander - an astonishing end to a visit meant to help heal the wounds of a sex abuse scandal that has cost the Catholic Church its credibility in the country.
A church warden and a magician arrested on suspicion of the murder of two retired teachers who lived in the same village street have been released on bail.
A new collection of luxury biscuit tins have seemingly re-written the Biblical account of Creation by appearing to feature same-sex couples in the Garden of Eden.
Christians are being urged to pray for GPs as a new survey has revealed they are working at unsafe levels.
MPs have spoken of their shock at hearing first-hand accounts from Christians around the world who are being persecuted for their faith.
Pope Francis has celebrated the first-ever airborne papal wedding, marrying two flight attendants from Chile's flagship airline during a flight from Santiago.
A new insurance program has been launched to help small farmers in developing countries recover from devastating effects of climate change.
A church caretaker's eight months pregnant wife was killed by a high-speed train, a coroner has heard.
A group of leading academics has criticised the Archbishop of Canterbury's handling of a late bishop accused of sexual abuse.
Colin MacAulay QC, counsel to the inquiry, later put to the witness various allegations made by former residents about her own conduct.
Christian nurses and doctors in the US who refuse to perform certain medical procedures would be better protected under plans being announced by the Trump administration on Thursday.
The Pope has celebrated Mass at a former military base in Chile that not only lies on land contested by the indigenous Mapuche people, but was also a detention centre used during the country's brutal dictatorship.