There will be blood in September — literally, according to the Internet postings of end-times believers.
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A new study from the Pew Research Center unveiled the countries across the world with the most religious freedom, and found that Brazil leads the way.
Volunteer Janet Henke staffs the front desk at NextStep Ministries’ Thrift Store, 3720 E. Sunset Road. She greets each customer with a smile and explains that the store’s purpose is to support the homeless in the valley.
Pope Francis will visit Cuba on his way to the United States in September, the Vatican said Wednesday — a trip that will come months after he helped negotiate a diplomatic thaw between the two countries.
Bishop Robert W. Finn of Kansas City, who remained in office for three years after he was convicted in 2012 of shielding a priest who took pornographic pictures of girls, has resigned, the Vatican said on Tuesday.
After years of singing on the Strip, Philip Goldstein felt the need to explore the spirituality in his life. The path has taken him to the young congregation of Shirat Shalom where he is cantor.
Pope Francis may add a trip to Cuba on to the itinerary of his visit to the United States in September, the Vatican said on Friday, adding that discussions with Cuban authorities were still at an early stage.
Memo to journalists: When you write an open letter to the Pope, keep your cell phone charged. He may call to chat about it.
Let’s face it, no matter who you are, life is not always easy. There are times when even the best of us get derailed from the life we think we are headed for, and end up at what we believe is a dead end.
An event dedicated to preserving the memory of the millions of Jewish victims murdered in the Holocaust took place at the Congregation Ner Tamid on Sunday.
The Church of Scientology is notoriously litigious. But in the two weeks since HBO premiered the controversial documentary “Going Clear,” there have been no legal threats from the church.
Run to Save a Life 5k Run/Walk April 18 at Equestrian Park in Henderson is a project of students at Lake Mead Christian Academy to raise money for clean water for developing countries. To add to the challenge, the young organizers have added a trivia contest to test minds as well as feet.
The Bushes represent one of the great shifts in American religious identity: A growing tolerance for religious plurality.
Teaching yoga as exercise doesn’t stretch the Constitution’s ban on government “establishing” a particular religion, a California court ruled last week.
Francis, after saying Mass for thousands of people in a rainy St. Peter’s Square, delivered a mostly somber and grim “Urbi et Orbi” (to the city and the world) message.
While many churches have adopted a relaxed approach to clothing, many casual dressers will up their game for Easter and other special events.
Christian denominations may disagree on many things. But just about every Christian denomination has, by one name or another and one method or another, a way to participate in the Last Supper.
A congregation who sweated through the broiling Las Vegas summers for two years, sometimes prevented from worshiping because their Zion Holiness Last Trumpet Ministries church was just to hot, finally got a cool wish Thursday — an air conditioner.
Sponsors of the bill in Carson City say outrage and a boycott call following passage of a similar law in Indiana have dampened their desire for legislation seen by many as enabling discrimination.
The Rev. Robert H. Schuller, California televangelist and founder of the television ministry “Hour of Power,” died Thursday, according to his family. He was 88 years old.
Republican lawmakers in Indiana pledged on Monday to clarify a religious freedom bill that was slammed by businesses and activists for sending a message of discrimination against gays after it was passed last week.
It’s all in how you tell it, local rabbis say when it comes to engaging teens in the Passover Seder. The holiday dinner commemorates the Israelites’ liberation and exodus from Egypt where they were slaves. “The Passover story is still the same tale of freedom, but with stories that reflect the times,” suggests Rabbi Malcolm Cohen of Temple Sinai Las Vegas.