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A church sign stating that online Sunday services are being held via Facebook.

The social media giant has introduced prayer tools in the U.S., but many faith leaders and privacy experts are skeptical of the company’s intentions.

Though the fight for full enfranchisement and enforcement of equal rights continues, the foundation has been laid.

Taking breaks necessitates a change of pace — and a laying down of self importance.

“Through Devastating Storms” was written in response to fires, heat waves, and flooding across the globe.

Kept at arm's length for being gay and socialist, Rustin infused nonviolence into the civil rights movement.

We must understand how Christian beliefs allowed the schools to exist.

October reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle B.

A group of Indigenous elders and students stand in a circle praying in front of a red-brick residential school.

Reckoning with unmarked graves and Christian complicity.

An illustration of children smiling and walking into open arms.

September reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle B.

Recently installed solar lights mark burial sites on Cowessess First Nation, where a search had found 751 unmarked graves from the former Marieval Indian Residential School near Grayson, Saskatchewan in Canada on July 6, 2021. REUTERS/Shannon VanRaes

Indigenous people have suggestions for how, after centuries of abuse, Christians can begin to make restitution for these crimes.