Putin attended the centenary commemoration of a Russian wooden chapel in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, Saturday, July 30, 2016.
Muslims across France are attending Mass services this Sunday in a further show of solidarity five days after a deadly ISIL-claimed attack on a Catholic church in…
The Archbishop of Canterbury has discovered his real father was a private secretary to Winston Churchill. Justin Welby had always believed his father
There are claims that a Russian blogger who denied the existence of God in online comments could face a year in jail – under a law brought in after
The alleged victims of a pedophile priest came out of the woods, and are demanding accountability to the highest authorities of the Catholic Church
Pope Francis’ homecoming tour of South America has taken him to Paraguay, where he was emphatic in his praise of the efforts of the country’s women
The Charleston church shootings have sent shockwaves through the local community. All of the victims were black, gunned down during Bible study. The
After a 14 hour manhunt, the suspect in the Charleston church killings has been returned to the city where he allegedly carried out the attack
The suspect in the Charleston church shooting, Dylann Roof, 21, has been arrested by police in Shelby, North Carolina after a roadside check. Roof
Dylann Roof, suspected of killing nine people at an African-American church in South Carolina, has been caught by police, according to US media
The search for the killer of nine people at an African American church in Charleston, South Carolina, continues. The police described it as a hate
A gunman has opened fire at an African- American church in Charleston, South Carolina. First reports say they are multiple casualties. The suspect
Forty-eight-year-old, mother of two, Libby Lane has made Church of England history by overturning centuries of tradition and becoming its first
The Sunday Assembly phenomenon that has swept the UK is making its way to Europe. That’s the subject of this Utalk. The question is from Fanny in
Moldova’s Orthodox Church says it has banned government officials from taking Holy Communion because of their stance on gay rights.
The church said