Rev. Steve Willis uses humor on the sign outside First Christian Church on Rancho Drive to draw in new people.
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Members of the Las Vegas Muslim-American community say they're in the fight against terrorism and strongly oppose people misrepresenting their peaceful religion.
In response to a string of protests that have disrupted Mass services across the valley, the Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas wonders why we all can't just get along.
The truth about Muslims in America is perhaps surprising -- but not in the way Trump and his supporters might think.
When Pope Francis opens the holy doors of St. Peter's Basilica on Tuesday, he will be performing a ritual that has been part of the Catholic Church since the 1500s.
The Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas welcomed the first night of Hanukkah with the lighting of the Grand Menorah on Sunday.
Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalize the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help.
UNLV student Naweed Yusufzai stood blindfolded on a walkway at UNLV to promote acceptance, love, and trust for one another as a Muslim through hugs on Friday.
Like most Americans, Dennis and Linda Norman look forward to spending Thanksgiving with family.
Sunlight is just starting to filter through the palms east of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in downtown Las Vegas when The Rev. Courtney Edward Krier begins his day.
First Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and School may be a fixture of Las Vegas' downtown. But that doesn't keep the Rev. Toby Joeckel, senior pastor, from roaming.
After the deadly attacks in Paris claimed by Islamic State militants, Pope Francis said on Sunday that using God's name to justify violence was sacrilege.
Hundreds of Mormons plan to resign from the church in Salt Lake City this weekend at a protest against a church policy barring the children of married same-sex couples from receiving baptism, organizers said on Thursday.
Now in its 13th year, the Las Vegas Stake Family History Jamboree is set to offer a roster of more than 40 classes designed to help anyone research their family history.
Starbucks is making some Christmas lovers wonder not only WWJD (what would Jesus drink?) but, more importantly, from what sort of cup would he drink it?
In a major policy announcement, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says children living in a same-sex household may not be blessed as babies or baptized.
New research from sociologist Philip Schwadel of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has found in many religious countries, like the U.S., Italy and Mexico, people lose their religiosity upon attending college.
As parents have grown increasingly leery of sending their kids out trick-or-treating on streets where they don't know their neighbors, alternatives for celebrating Halloween have flourished.
Nations are struggling with what to do about more than 4 million Syrian refugees fleeing war. It's complicated from a personal perspective as well, as individuals weigh compassion against prudence.
So where were you when the apocalypse fizzled? Actually, make that apocalypses, because the past few weeks have been (pardon the word) heaven for fans and followers of doomsday predictions.
Pope Francis asked for forgiveness on Wednesday for scandals at the Vatican and in Rome, an apparent reference to two cases of priests and gay sex revealed this month during a major meeting of bishops.
Your religion could help you earn money for college, depending on which religious group you associate with.
Religion is a topic that will always cause a reaction because of the deepness of feelings on both sides of the spectrum. But no matter what your beliefs are, the ability to communicate with others about what you believe can be done in a way that creates respect and understanding.