Pope Francis is reportedly stripping conservative U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke of his salary and Vatican apartment as punishment for fomenting "disunity" in the Roman Catholic Church.
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A West Virginia college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) has received a $5 million donation from an heir to the Dunbar Armored fortunate to construct a new residential building named “Glory Hall."
A New Jersey church gave away more than $30,000 worth of Thanksgiving food, continuing a tradition it has partaken in for nearly two decades.
Notable Evangelical leaders have signed a letter urging key political leaders to take a stand against antisemitism, support Israel and respond to the massacre by Hamas on Oct. 7, which they described as the most “significant since the Holocaust.”
This week in Christian history: TBN founder dies, John of the Cross founds monastery, First Crusade begins
Events that occurred this week in Christian history include the death of Paul Crouch, John of the Cross founds a monastery, and the beginning of the First Crusade.
Pastor John Wilkerson of First Baptist Church of Hammond in Indiana, who also serves as president of Hyles-Anderson College apologized to church members after he was criticized for allowing a man from a local creationist group to address the church and school while sporting hair they considered too long and quoting Scripture from the NIV translation of the Bible.
A new investigation report suggests that the former senior pastor of Vineyard Church in Duluth, Minnesota, took no action despite witnesses claiming the church leader knew about allegations against his son, who was arrested and charged with abuse of minors during his time at the church.
Pastor Gary Marsh of Victory Chapel First Phoenix has vowed that his church will never stop preaching on the streets as the church's outreach director is showing some signs of recovery after being shot in the head last week.
The Virginia-based organization GRACE, founded by attorney Boz Tchividjian, has shot down claims made by leaders of the International House of Prayer Kansas City that they made multiple attempts to contact the organization about investigating sexual abuse allegations against their founder Mike Bickle.