Algeria

Catholic monks beatified in Algeria, first in a Muslim nation

The Catholic Church has beatified 19 clergymen and women killed in Algeria during the country's 1990s civil war.

Catholic monks beatified in Algeria, first in a Muslim nation

Donald Trump

Explained: Evangelicals, the religious right and Trump

Two years into Trump’s tumultuous presidency, evangelical Christians remain some of his most loyal supporters.

Explained: Evangelicals, the religious right and Trump

Europe

Man or machine: The soul of Russian Orthodox church bells

A recent expansion of the Orthodox Church has created a skills shortage of bell ringers that is being filled by machines.

The Listening Post

The Chosen One: Trump and the Christian Broadcasting Network

Is Trump's special relationship with the conservative evangelical network just an alliance of political convenience?

The Chosen One: Trump and the Christian Broadcasting Network

Egypt

'Sadness and pain' as Egypt's Copts bury bus attack victims

Seven people were killed and at least 18 others wounded in Friday's attack, the latest to target Coptic Christians.

'Sadness and pain' as Egypt's Copts bury bus attack victims

The Listening Post

Donald Trump: America's editor-in-chief?

What's behind Trump's attacks on the media before the US midterms? Plus, Trump and the Christian Broadcasting Network.

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia hosts US evangelical Christians, Israel supporters

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman holds two-hour talks with American Christians and Israel supporters at the palace.

Saudi Arabia hosts US evangelical Christians, Israel supporters

Israel

Israeli police forcibly remove Coptic protesters in Jerusalem

Several monks injured as police end protest against the renovation of Deir as-Sultan monastery in Jerusalem.

Israeli police forcibly remove Coptic protesters in Jerusalem

Religion

Russian Orthodox Church splits from Constantinople over Ukraine

The Constantinople Patriarchate's recognition of Ukraine's Orthodox Church as independent leads to Russia cutting ties.

Russian Orthodox Church splits from Constantinople over Ukraine

Nigeria

Nigeria's undercover atheists: In their words

In a country where religion is the rhythm of life, young atheists share their experiences of violence and ostracisation.

Nigeria's undercover atheists: In their words

Australia

Australian archbishop avoids prison after concealing child abuse

Philip Wilson was sentenced to 12 months for covering up sexual abuse of children by priest from the Catholic Church.

Australian archbishop avoids prison after concealing child abuse

India

'Parliament of religions': Kolkata's multi-faith street

From synagogues with Muslim caretakers to a Chinese temple with an Indian twist, this Kolkata area is a rich hub.

Tales from streets of mosques, synagogues, churches, temples

Opinion

How a letter by a Catholic archbishop incensed India's BJP

Archbishop Couto's letter should be seen in the context of growing anti-minority sentiment in India.

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Cardinal Joseph Zen: Why a Vatican-China deal will harm Catholics

Hong Kong's former bishop warns that a China-Vatican deal on bishops will harm China's Catholics and weaken the church.

Christianity

Prophet Caputa attracts pilgrims to see the Virgin Mary

Some attendees said they had smelled the scent of roses associated with Mary.

Prophet Caputa attracts pilgrims to see the Virgin Mary