(AP) The powerful head of the Vatican’s saint-making office, Cardinal Angelo Becciu, resigned suddenly Thursday.
(Complex) A photo of former NBA star Delonte West looking particularly rough surfaced earlier this week and went viral.
(AP) The measures are set to go into force on Friday afternoon.
(RNS) Many churches have moved online. But, Miller said, it’s not the same when Christianity “is inherently communal.”
(The Guardian) Experts believe virus is probably becoming more contagious but US study did not find mutations made it more lethal.
(UCA News) A Protestant pastor has been shot dead in Indonesia’s restive Papua region.
(Fast Company) The social media platform agreed to pay $650 million to these specific residents of the Land of Lincoln as a result of the state’s Biometric Information Privacy Act.
(LifeSite News) Sen. Kelly Loeffler of Georgia wants to ‘ensure girls of all ages can enjoy those same opportunities’ she did by playing sports.
(The Verge) The Always Home Cam is an ambitious new home security device.
(The Christian Post) The pastor told reporters outside the courthouse that he missed the hearing because he refused to comply with the requirements to wear a face mask in the courthouse.
(Bitter Winter) Anything religion-related should not enter classrooms, she was warned.
(Staff) At the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast, the President said his Born Alive Executive Order ensures that any baby born alive after a failed abortion will receive medical care.
(RNS) Danny Chambers, a Nashville-based worship leader and pastor who was well known in charismatic Christian circles, has died.