News by Religion and Belief

Religion news 19 January 2022

January 18, 2022

Winchester college Christian group operated "like a cult"; Bishop concerned at threat to BBC licence fee; Pope’s two close aides test positive for Covid; European Court decides Pastafarian church of the flying spaghetti monster is not a religion
Prince commissions Holocaust survivor paintings as a ‘guiding light’ for society

January 18, 2022

Prince Charles has commissioned seven portraits of survivors as a “lasting reminder” of the Holocaust. 
Religion news 18 January 2022

January 17, 2022

Rabbi held hostage describes his daring escape; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints coordinates relief for Tonga; Anne Franks’ betrayer uncovered; Parishioners in Lorna Doone village fight plans to sell the vicarage
Religion news 17 January 2022

January 17, 2022

Bishop: “Nobody wants to be governed by leaders who've lost their sense of moral values" ; Man who took hostages in a Dallas synagogue was British; Global church may have more say in appointment of next Archbishop of Canterbury; Champagne set aside in honour of Australian batting hero Usman Khawaja
Religion news 14 January 2022

January 14, 2022

Children adopted through Ireland’s Catholic institutions allowed access to birth records; Senior Jewish Deputy leader resigns after past social media posts revealed; Citizens stop church pans to turn a 12th century French abbey into a bric-a-brac house
Uncivil religion: the incoherent threads woven through the Capitol insurrection

January 13, 2022

An online resource catalogues social media posts of the Capitol Hill riots, showing religion as a thread weaving through the entirety of events.