A friend of mine posted recently on Facebook that she didn't understand Christians claiming the wearing of a face mask would offend God.
Last week, just before Memorial Day holiday weekend, President Donald Trump called churches, synagogues and mosques essential places of worship.
You probably didn't notice, but I haven't been talking about faith each week. Typically, faith is a regular Friday topic.
In his annual Earth Day message, Pope Francis told Catholics they need to work together for the environment just as with the pandemic.
When state governors began ordering the closure of all but essential businesses, questions quickly emerged about churches. But where do they fit?
A churchgoer in Ohio told a reporter she wasn't worried about COVID-19 because she is "covered in His blood." It doesn't work that way.
I think one of the most disturbing aspects of the pandemic must be churches scoffing at stay home orders. I wonder what they're trying to prove.
For churches that didn't have a strong grasp on the latest tech, the race is on to get online services up and running quickly.
With Lent underway for many people of faith, some may still be deciding what they should give up. The pope has an interesting suggestion for them.
As the number of confirmed cases continue to rise, coronavirus fears are beginning to force changes to how churches handle communion.
Every Ash Wednesday, some believers mark the occasion with a forehead smudge of ash made in the sign of a cross. By now, this should be common knowledge.
Churches seem to love conducting personality tests these days. But what does an Enneagram test and other similar ones accomplish?
Why do good, innocent people experience terrible suffering? The death of a 6-year-old girl has many wondering about bad news.
Celebrating his acquittal in the Senate, President Donald Trump may have missed a key message at a prayer breakfast Thursday morning.