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A plastic-packaging free Easter egg has got the approval of the Archbishop of York and the Church of England's lead bishop for the environment.
A Christian charity's been ranked the best non-profit organisation to work for in the UK.
The Kirk's support of a bill that would help give greater protection to young people from physical punishment has been welcomed by children's charities.
Rural churches no longer have to hold a weekly Sunday service after the Church of England voted to a change to canon law.
Pope Francis opened a landmark sex abuse prevention summit by warning senior Catholic figures that the faithful are demanding concrete action against predator priests and not just words of condemnation.
The Pope is considering taking up a charity's challenge for him to become vegan for Lent.
The Archbishop of Canterbury's urged fellow leaders in the Church of England to give up cynicism for Lent and to show more love towards those they disagree with.
Attempts to change sexual orientation have left people "scarred", a new report being presented to the Church of England's governing body has found.
Church leaders from around the world are gathering after Pope Francis summoned them for a summit on how to deal with cases of sex abuse by clergy.
The Government's decision to revoke Islamic State (IS) bride Shamima Begum's British citizenship has triggered a mixed response.
An elderly priest has been shot in the head by unidentified Islamic extremists who set upon his vehicle in Burkina Faso.
Dozens of people who have married again following a divorce were given a green light by the Church of England to pursue ordination last year, new figures suggest.
A Christian lawyer supporting a psychotherapist who says he was stopped from researching reverse gender reassignments have suffered a legal setback.
The EU's most senior official has claimed that a Brexit breakthrough is "in God's hands" ahead of talks with the UK prime minister.
Catholic religious orders from around the world have apologised for having failed to respond when their priests raped children, acknowledging that their family-like communities blinded them to sexual abuse and led to misplaced loyalties, denial and cover-ups.
The conversion of Chinese workers in African countries to Christianity is being attributed to African evangelical churches.
Christian Aid is working with Tearfund to promote peace in Nigeria following the announcement that the West African nation's general election will be postponed.
The BBC has defended moving Songs of Praise to an earlier regular slot on Sundays after the Corporation was accused of marginalising the faith-based programme.
A decision by Honda to shut its factory in Swindon in 2021 has been described as a "devastating blow for the town" by the local Church of England bishop.
N. T. Wright has evoked the parable of the Prodigal Son while suggesting the Government ought to allow the return of a teenager who ran away to join Islamic State (IS).