A government review on the relationship between faith and state is likely to recommend how to tackle religious illiteracy inside Whitehall and establish a special office to handle faith matters.
The Sikh festival to celebrate the birthday of founder Guru Nanak Dev Ji, usually includes street processions, community meals and worship, but this year it’s virtual.
Two bishops have condemned as “harmful” a video by “Christian Concern” in which LGBTQ+ Christians were mocked for telling their stories and homosexuality was described as evil and wickedness.
Furious response to international aid budget cut; Bishops condemn film which insulted LGBTQ+ Christians; Foreign Office turns red to remember persecuted Christians; Maradona finds comfort in the hands of God
A violent attack on a Sikh schoolboy in Telford, which was filmed and posted on twitter, has gone viral causing widespread condemnation and concern.
Five days of Christmas secured – of sorts; Appeal for carol singing to be allowed; Faith leaders’ outcry at government intention to reduce international aid budget; Cathedrals become charities
Public worship in England resumes after 2 December; Church of England faced down eight crises in one year – now another threatens to blow it apart; US Basketball players meet the Pope to discuss racial injustice
Rabbi warns against relaxing lockdown rules: “It is not religious to give someone Covid for Christmas”; Rigpa Fellowship “mismanagement and misconduct”; Is a government faith engagement department on the cards?
In the last 70 years the NHS has learned to adapt to the religious practices and traditions of its diverse staff, a story charted in the Migration Museum.