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Pew: 4 in 10 US Christians Plan to Attend In-Person Easter Services

Americans are slowly returning to in-person worship services, but attendance on Easter is expected to be lower than pre-pandemic levels.

U.S. Faith Leaders Ask Congress For More Security Funding

In a letter sent to Congress, U.S. bishops, together with other faith leaders, asked for increased funding to enhance security in houses of worship.

U.S. Launches Religious Liberty Task Force

The U.S. announced the creation of a Religious Liberty Task Force at the Department of Justice to protect people of faith in the country, reports Premier.

88% of Christians in the U.S. Share Faith Via Online Posts

A new survey by the Barna Group showed that 88% of believers in the U.S. share their faith through personal posts in their social media accounts.

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Southern Baptists Discuss Sex Abuse at Annual Assembly

The Southern Baptist Convention voted on June 15 to issue a formal apology to survivors of sexual abuse following a revealing report that the church botched abuse claims and mistreated victims.
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Roe v Wade Verdict: Church Divided on Reaction

After almost 50 years, the US Supreme Court made a historic decision and overturned the "Roe v Wade" ruling. Religious Americans are divided with the June 24 outcome and reactions from church leaders ranged from gratefulness and elation to anger and frustration.

68,000 Brazilians Join Franklin Graham Rally

Tens of thousands gathered at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro on June 11 to listen to the Gospel.

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Southern Baptists Discuss Sex Abuse at Annual Assembly

The Southern Baptist Convention voted on June 15 to issue a formal apology to survivors of sexual abuse following a revealing report that the church botched abuse claims and mistreated victims.

Roe v Wade Verdict: Church Divided on Reaction

After almost 50 years, the US Supreme Court made a historic decision and overturned the "Roe v Wade" ruling. Religious Americans are divided with the June 24 outcome and reactions from church leaders ranged from gratefulness and elation to anger and frustration.