Faith Your Take
Our readersNovember 17, 2017
America asked readers through our email newsletter and social media platforms what they do for their loved ones who have died. Seventy-eight percent of readers described how they memorialize loved ones with photos and other objects.
Joseph McAuleyOctober 20, 2017
Catholics are following the general public in a broader acceptance of cremation.
Faith Faith in Focus
Tom SmithSeptember 21, 2017
I no longer say she committed suicide, because she did not commit a sin or a crime.
Politics & Society News
Catherine Pepinster - Religion News ServiceJuly 28, 2017
Charlie Gard died on Friday, July 28 after his parents gave up a protracted legal battle with a London hospital over whether he could be successfully treated in the United States for a rare genetic condition.
The judge in the case could rule that 11-month-old Charlie should be moved from a London hospital to a hospice and his life-support machines will be turned off shortly afterward unless his parents come up with alternative arrangements acceptable to the High Court.