Religious Freedom

Faith News
The U.S. State Department often misses its deadline to release a list of the world’s worst violators of religious freedom — or doesn’t release a list at all.
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Faith News
Catholic News ServiceNovember 17, 2017
Father John, in northern China, said he felt Xi had become "another Mao" Zedong.
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Politics & Society News
It will be the first abortion-related case heard by the court with Neil Gorsuch on the bench.
A Syrian Democratic Forces sniper aims his weapon at Islamic State fighters in Raqqa, Syria, on Aug. 19. (CNS photo/Zohra Bensemra, Reuters)
Politics & Society News
"The international community must respond to the outrages systematically committed by Daesh with a rock-solid resolve to prevent similar future abominations from recurring."
Family members of Sharoon Masih, a Christian high school student who was beaten to death on the third day of school in August in Pakistan. Photo courtesy of British Pakistani Christian Association
Faith News
The student charged in his death now awaits trial, but police are not calling the attack a hate crime.
Politics & Society News
Chief justice: the ruling "confuses maintenance of a highway median and monument in a state park with excessive religious entanglement.”