Portions of the Dead Sea Scrolls are currently on display at The Leonardo in Salt Lake City.
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. Read more »
A proposal to strip away a key part of Utah's polygamy laws was scrapped for this year because of a pending legal case, a state lawmaker said Monday. Read more »
A leading expert on the global religious landscape has launched a new venture that will enlist business leaders and trade groups from around the world in an ambitious effort to enhance economic... Read more »
Pope Francis told members of a missionary movement Saturday they must respect local customs and bishops' guidance while globally spreading the faith, saying the Catholic Church's overall unity is... Read more »
Salt Lake’s Interfaith Roundtable, an organization dedicated to promoting understanding and harmony among all faiths and cultures, is celebrating Interfaith Month. A variety of free public events will be offered throughout... Read more »
One thing about spiritual people, they have a knack for outreach. In recent months I’ve seen outreach ministries mounted for the homeless, for prisoners and for the hungry. But I was caught... Read more »
February’s Interfaith Month provides a constellation of nearly two dozen events that are designed to open the doors to houses of worship from all traditions to increase understanding between... Read more »
Playing off the idea of using social media to summon crowds for parties or mischief, mobs of Buffalo-area Roman Catholics have been filling pews and lifting spirits at some of the city's original,... Read more »
Gospel singer Mandisa avoids Grammy Awards while Natalie Grant, her competitor, walks out. Read more »
Rolling Stone's Mark Bellini writes about how the Argentinian bishop has surprised people within and without the Vatican with his unpredictable style. Read more »
A new Pentagon policy that relaxes restrictions on religious dress and expression among members of the military is getting a mixed reaction. Read more »
Some reasons why you should leave your church don't exactly check out. Read more »
A European Jewish leader condemned anti-Semitism as a crime on Monday as Auschwitz survivors and Israeli officials marked 69 years since the liberation of the Nazi death camp. Read more »
Some early Christians believed that pagan prophets, not merely Hebrew ones, had foretold the coming of Christ. This belief is reflected even in the art of the Renaissance. Read more »
It was a vast boat that saved two of each animal and a handful of humans from a catastrophic flood. Read more »
The Supreme Court on Friday offered a short-term compromise that would continue to exempt a group of Denver nuns that operates charity nursing homes from the birth control mandate of the nation's... Read more »
Around 9 a.m. during the Sundance Film Festival, the theaters are full, patrons are anxiously waiting in line hoping they can fill an empty seat, others have stayed in bed after a late night of... Read more »
Rabbi Jeremy Schneider was among community leaders who visited the new temple. Read more »
It’s not everyday a college-level class has 22,000 students from 180 countries. An online course at Harvard about early Christianity is garnering many new students. Read more »
After Janna Holms' grandmother lost her ability to speak, she started writing what looked like gibberish across several notecards. But it turned out to be prayers. Read more »
The role of a pastor or priest has often been reduced to stereotypes in major motion pictures. But independent filmmakers give a more accurate portrayal of religious leaders struggling to fulfill... Read more »
When I realized the simple fact that God can — and will — give us more than we can possibly bear, it got easier. Read more »
Religious groups are politically instrumental, but their influence is being challenged. One in five citizens are now religiously unaffiliated and made up one-third of young voters who propelled... Read more »
Matthew Slater's Christian faith helps him remember who deserves the credit for his success. Read more »
Park City's Sarah Hendrickson began jumping on snow a few days ago, and said she's ready to compete in the Olympics if nominated to the team on Wednesday. Read more »
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