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Pope Francis, in Sweden, Urges Catholic-Lutheran Reconciliation

Pope Francis, in Sweden, Urges Catholic-Lutheran Reconciliation

Pope Francis arriving for an ecumenical prayer at Lund Cathedral on Monday.
Crypt Believed to Be Jesus’ Tomb Opened for First Time in Centuries

Crypt Believed to Be Jesus’ Tomb Opened for First Time in Centuries

Workers removing a marble top last week from the tomb said to be of Jesus Christ, in the Church of Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem.
Crypt Believed to Be Jesus’ Tomb Opened for First Time in Centuries

Crypt Believed to Be Jesus’ Tomb Opened for First Time in Centuries

Workers removing a marble top last week from the tomb said to be of Jesus Christ, in the Church of Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem.
Memo From Iraq: In Once-Tolerant Mosul, a Social Unraveling That Feels Permanent

Memo From Iraq: In Once-Tolerant Mosul, a Social Unraveling That Feels Permanent

People displaced by fighting in Mosul lining up for food distribution at a camp in Hassan Sham, Iraq, on Tuesday. Before the Islamic State’s occupation more than two years ago, Mosul was Iraq’s most
Religious Right Believes Donald Trump Will Deliver on His Promises

Religious Right Believes Donald Trump Will Deliver on His Promises

Ralph Reed, chairman of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, helped mobilize Christian voters for Donald J. Trump.
Opinion: Memories of Another Mosul

Opinion: Memories of Another Mosul

Residents of the Tahir district of Mosul, which had been liberated from the Islamic State a few hours before, on Nov. 16.
Talks to Heal Catholic Rift in China Gain Momentum Under Francis

Talks to Heal Catholic Rift in China Gain Momentum Under Francis

The flag of China, which requires state oversight of Catholics, was waved near Pope Francis in St. Peter’s Square in June.
Attack on Coptic Cathedral in Cairo Kills Dozens

Attack on Coptic Cathedral in Cairo Kills Dozens

The attack was the deadliest against Egypt’s Christian minority in years.
Christians in U.S. Are Less Educated Than Religious Minorities, Report Says

Christians in U.S. Are Less Educated Than Religious Minorities, Report Says

There were 267 million Christians in the United States when the data was collected, but only 36 percent of them had a postsecondary education.
Governor of Jakarta Issues Tearful Denial as Blasphemy Trial Opens in Indonesia

Governor of Jakarta Issues Tearful Denial as Blasphemy Trial Opens in Indonesia

A demonstration against Mr. Basuki in Jakarta on Dec. 2 drew more than 200,000 people but remained peaceful, unlike a previous protest.
Christians in U.S. Are Less Educated Than Religious Minorities, Report Says

Christians in U.S. Are Less Educated Than Religious Minorities, Report Says

There were 267 million Christians in the United States when the data was collected, but only 36 percent of them had a postsecondary education.
How the ‘War on Christmas’ Controversy Was Created

How the ‘War on Christmas’ Controversy Was Created

One of President-elect Donald J. Trump’s campaign promises was to say “Merry Christmas” a lot.
How the ‘War on Christmas’ Controversy Was Created

How the ‘War on Christmas’ Controversy Was Created

One of President-elect Donald J. Trump’s campaign promises was to say “Merry Christmas” a lot.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Egypt’s Cruelty to Christians

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Egypt’s Cruelty to Christians

A picture of a cathedral complex bomb attack victim during her funeral procession in Cairo this month.
Op-Ed Contributor: Christmas Where It’s Hot
Op-Ed Columnist: Am I a Christian, Pastor Timothy Keller?

Op-Ed Columnist: Am I a Christian, Pastor Timothy Keller?

“The Lamentation” by Marco Basaiti shows the mourning for Jesus after his body was removed from the cross.
For Liberated Iraqi Christians, Still a Bleak Christmas

For Liberated Iraqi Christians, Still a Bleak Christmas

Kurdish fighters replaced the cross on the dome of the Church of the Immaculate Conception last month in Qaraqosh.
Secular Hollywood Quietly Courts the Faithful

Secular Hollywood Quietly Courts the Faithful

Francis Parq of Los Angeles during a screening of the documentary “Hillsong: Let Hope Rise” at ArcLight Hollywood theater in Los Angeles.
Nearly 30 Christians in Pakistan Die After Drinking Toxic Alcohol on Christmas

Nearly 30 Christians in Pakistan Die After Drinking Toxic Alcohol on Christmas

Mourning on Tuesday for a relative killed by toxic alcohol in Toba Tek Singh, Pakistan. Non-Muslims and foreigners need a permit to consume alcohol, but licensed liquor is often unaffordable for many