Studies show that Millennials are less inclined to practice religion and more inclined to practice volunteerism and altruism — ironically, a cornerstone of most religious doctrine.
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Pope Francis’ weekly Sunday blessing took those in attendance a bit off guard as he mispronounced a word in Italian, which was mistaken for a profanity.
Grace Presbyterian Church will present a Hymn Festival at 5 p.m. Sunday at the church’s Central Campus Sanctuary, 1515 W. Charleston Blvd. The festival will feature brass, timpani, organ and a mass choir from local congregations. A freewill offering will be taken (702-384-4554).
The Mormon Church is pushing back against the notion that members of the faith are taught they’ll get their own planet in the afterlife, a misconception popularized in pop culture most recently by the Broadway show “The Book of Mormon.”
A new Gallup survey shows 60 percent of Utah residents identify as Mormon and about 4 percent to 5 percent of Nevada residents are Mormon.
Zion Blick touched the hearts of millions before he died last month at 10 days old. He had been deemed unfit to live, but his parents decided to keep him with them for as long as possible. His mother recently explained the decision in an essay for Today.com.
Hundreds of people have flocked to a small town in northern Israel to view a statue of the Virgin Mary that residents say “weeps” oil.
St. James the Apostle Catholic Church, 1920 N. Martin Luther King Blvd., will have its annual revival at 7 p.m. Sunday and Monday. The revival will feature Deacon Doug Johnson, his wife, Sheree Brown, and music by Susan Braire and the St. James Gospel Choir. Soup and chili will be served at 5 p.m. each day (702-648-6606).
The Vatican “systematically” adopted policies that allowed priests to rape and molest tens of thousands of children over decades, a U.N. human rights committee said Wednesday, urging the Holy See to open its files on pedophiles and bishops who concealed their crimes.
Facebook’s numbers are epic. More Americans check Facebook daily than read the Bible and it has more monthly users worldwide than most continents have people.
TV’s “Science Guy” Bill Nye says there are infinite discoveries yet to be made about the universe and how we got here. Ken Ham, the man Nye traveled to Kentucky to debate Tuesday night, says all those answers are already in the Bible.
Animal rights groups on Monday appealed to Pope Francis to end the practice of releasing doves from a Vatican window overlooking St. Peter’s Square, a day after a pair of the peace symbols were attacked by a seagull and crow.
A recent study by the American Bible Society shows Sin City didn’t even crack the Top 10 least Bible-minded cities in the nation.
An 83-year-old Catholic nun convicted in a protest and break-in at the primary U.S. storehouse for bomb-grade uranium will find out Tuesday whether she spends what could be the rest of her life in prison.
Karen L. King will join two other biblical scholars to discuss a fragment of papyrus and what has come to be called the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife during a program at UNLV Thursday night.
A nun who gave birth to a boy after complaining of stomach pains has named the child Francesco after the Pope.
University of Connecticut Professor Bradley Wright has all types of questions for his research: Did you pray in the last 24 hours? To what extent are you feeling nurtured or angry with God? Do you feel a sense of purpose right now?
The Vatican came under blistering criticism from a U.N. committee Thursday for its handling of the global priest sex abuse scandal.
A new survey found that half of Americans believe God has some role in the outcome of sporting events.
A pastor who is also a big San Francisco 49ers fan was faced with a dilemma Sunday morning: Watch his beloved Niners or preach the word of God. He decided to do both … sort of.
Pope Francis named his first batch of cardinals Sunday, choosing 19 men from around the world, including the developing nations of Haiti and Burkina Faso, in line with his belief the church must pay more attention to the poor.
Pope Francis offered Christmas wishes Wednesday for a better world, praying for protection for Christians under attack, battered women and trafficked children, peace in the Middle East and Africa, and dignity for refugees fleeing misery and conflict around the globe.
For two thousand years, he has been worshipped and adored. Multitudes look to him each day. And yet nobody really knows the face of Jesus.