Politics & Society News
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service January 19, 2021
The Rev. Patrick J. Conroy, a lawyer and Jesuit priest, stepped down as chaplain to the House of Representatives at the beginning of this year, ending nearly ten years of service to the People’s House.
Arts & Culture Television
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service December 04, 2020
The show is not just about edge-of-your-seat action, but is also an indictment of faith-fueled conflict and a celebration of religious pluralism.
Faith News
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service November 25, 2020
Joe Biden will likely bring a more formal and interfaith approach to religious engagement, closer to the model forged by Bush and Obama. Here are a number of faith leaders Biden will likely end up consulting.
Politics & Society News
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service November 05, 2020
“We took vows as Catholic Sisters, and you took a vow to uphold the Constitution,” the letter to Trump reads. “Stay true to your vow. Count the votes.”
Politics & Society News
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service October 24, 2020
Saying that his parents "taught me the importance of faith and prayer from a young age," Trump went on to say that "Melania and I have gotten to visit some amazing churches and meet with great faith leaders from around the world."
James E. “Trey” Trainor III speaks in an interview with Church Militant. Video screengrab
Politics & Society News
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service September 18, 2020
Trainor suggested the bishops avoid political matters because they, like many faith-based groups that offer social services, receive funds from the federal government. He described the arrangement as "almost a payoff" by the government.
Politics & Society News
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service August 24, 2020
A look at the religious moments in Trump's presidency so far
Faith News Analysis
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service August 17, 2020
Joe Biden’s faith is more likely to be influenced by the quiet counsel of women in habits or one’s own conscience than the edicts of men in miters.
Politics & Society News
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service August 14, 2020
Democrats plan to kick off their party convention next week with an interfaith service that officials say is designed to represent diverse faith communities and further the party’s theme that its presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, will “restore the soul of America.”
The archbishop designated by Pope Francis to the Archdiocese of Washington, Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, speaks during a news conference as Cardinal Donald Wuerl looks on, at Washington Archdiocesan Pastoral Center in Hyattsville, Maryland, on April 4, 2019. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)
Faith News
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service June 12, 2020
Michael Voris, the founder of Church Militant, repeatedly refers to Gregory as “the African Queen” throughout the video.