The proposed ban on male circumcision is another example of secular authorities itching to legislate on religious belief

For liberal Christians, worldliness is at the core of their theology, though they may not know it

The Pope told Jewish scholars that the Torah showed ‘paths of goodness [that we] must walk together’

He was mocked as a miserablist, but he brought beauty out of the gloom

The Jewish scholar whose work was admired by Pope Benedict has died at his home in New York

Jewish, Anglican and Catholic leaders celebrated the 25th anniversary of the patriarch’s enthronement

Francis will pray for peace with leaders of other religions in the Italian town on Tuesday

Cardinal Bechara Rai, patriarch of the Maronite Catholic Church, visited to New York to discuss a permanent solution to Middle East refugee crises

Cardinal Kurt Koch, who leads ecumenical relations for the Vatican, made the comments at an interfaith meeting in Cambridge

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