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Salvadoreans cleanse their souls with an Easter whipping
Egypt's Christians brace for vote & hope for better times
With President al-Sisi championing the Copts since 2014, their vote looks likely to support the status quo in the presidential election
Pre-Christian story of Noah and other figures on public display
Israel Museum shows fragment of story expanding on material in Biblical book of Genesis
America's most-loved evangelist Billy Graham dies
Friend to 12 presidents and the first revivalist preacher to make a national impact via television and the media, he established a model for building a proseletysing church that kept the loyalty of its congregation, a model some later tele-evangelists copied to get fabulously rich.
'Black Jesus' procession draws 380,000 in Manila
Agoraphobic? This may be hard to watch.
Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas
From St. Petersburg to Bethlehem and beyond, presidents joined worshippers to usher in Christmas Day
Spain celebrates Three Kings’ Day
Guess what - politics coloured the celebrations in Catalonia.
View: Christians don't have a Christmas monopoly on Jesus
Christians and Muslims both love Jesus and his mother, writes author Haroon Moghul
Christians mark Christmas in the Middle East and in other parts of the
Christian communities gather to celebrate the build up to Christmas.
Mars bars, gloves and the word of God - all you need for a night in Gl
The Street Pastors are a group of Christian volunteers who walk Scotland's streets doling out support to the needy, hungry, and drunk.
Santa sends his Christmas wishes
Every year, in the weeks leading up to Christmas, Santa Claus and his elves are very busy in the Arctic Circle in Lapland, Finland. Almost 160,000
People should pray for Prince George to be gay, says Anglican minister
A senior Anglican minister said that people should pray that Prince William's four-year-old son be homosexual when he is older to pressure the Church of England to recognise same-sex marriage.
French city creates giant nativity scene with 3,500 figures
The huge Christmas crib consists of clay figurines called "santons," which are traditional in southern France
Top Vatican Cardinal charged with multiple sexual assault charges
Pope's chief financial adviser -- Australia's most senior Catholic -- charged with multiple sexual assault charges.
Kidnapped Iraqi girl reunited with family after three years
Christina, an Iraqi Christianm was kidnapped by ISIL in 2014 after her home town was overrun by the militant group.
Egypt launches air strikes over Libya in response to Coptic Christian attack
The Egyptian military launches air strikes on alleged militant camps in Libya following a deadly attack on a group of Coptic Christians.
Warm welcome as Obama and Merkel address huge Berlin crowd
The former US leader told tens of thousands assembled before the Brandenburg Gate 'we can't hide behind a wall'.
Pope Francis denounces religious fundamentalism across Middle East
Pope Francis' trip to Egypt is aimed at building bridges between Christian and Muslim faiths
Christians worldwide celebrate Easter
Pope Francis has led the world’s Roman Catholics into Easter, urging the faithful not to ignore the plight of immigrants, the poor and other vulnerable people.
Good Friday marked across the world
Good Friday events have been taking place across the globe to mark the Bible’s account of Christ’s crucifixion.
How do Europe's Christians celebrate Maundy Thursday?
In the week before Easter Sunday there are a variety of lesser-known holy days across Europe, including Maundy Thursday.
Christians in Jerusalem celebrate Holy Thursday
Christians celebrate Holy Thursday in Jerusalem, just days after two deadly attacks on churches in neighbouring Egypt.
Filipino Catholics perform bloody ritual
Hundreds of Catholics in the Philippines are celebrating the pre-Easter festival Maundy Thursday.
Palm Sunday in Jerusalem's Holy Sepulchre
Worshippers gathered at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem to mark Palm Sunday, waving palm branches during the procession next to the newly restored Tomb of…
Pope offers condolences after Christian bloodshed in Egypt
Pope Francis has condemned Sunday’s violence against Coptic Christians in Egypt, where deadly double attacks are sure to raise security concerns over his own forthcoming trip to the…
From Irish air force to the orthodox church
Father Thomas Carroll is a 70-year-old priest in Dublin, Ireland. He grew up rural county Tipperary, in a family with strong military ties. His