Swastikas on walls in two Cobb County schools. Thursday night, parents and members of the Jewish community called on the school board to do something about hate crimes in schools.
Christopher Matthew Codding, 42, of Kingston, was arrested in July for two felony counts of aggravated child molestation. Police believe there may be more victims.
Pope Francis says he doesn't understand why people refuse to take COVID-19 vaccines, noting “humanity has a history of friendship with vaccines.”
An anti-Semitic message written in big letters inside a boys’ bathroom at Pope High School has students who are Jewish on edge, Rabbi Larry Sernovitz said.
Former Roman Catholic Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the once-powerful prelate who was expelled from the priesthood for sexual abuse, pleaded not guilty Friday to sexually assaulting a 16-year-old boy during a wedding reception in Massachusetts nearly 50 years ago.
"He bought into all the conspiracy theories that were saying somehow vaccination was a way to infiltrate bad things into your bloodstream, control and freedom. My daughter and I used to tease him all the time and say, ‘You know, there’s no freedom if you’re dead.’"
A COVID-19 outbreak has been linked to an Illinois church camp for teens and men’s conference that didn’t require vaccinations or masks, the CDC said.
Catholic Charities Atlanta assisting Afghan Refugees who want to settle in Georgia.
A church in California is handing out exemption letters for people who do not want to take the coronavirus vaccine.
As the Alabama church where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was elected to his first leadership position in the civil rights movement marks its 155th anniversary, work has begun to make a museum out of the crumbling building where that vote was taken.
Users who are members of faith-based Facebook groups will find an option allowing them to request prayers and other group members will be able to respond via the “I prayed” icon.
One DeKalb County homeowner said he is fed up after his home floods whenever there is heavy rain.
The Associated Press reports that defrocked Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who served as archbishop of Washington, D.C. from 2001 to 2006, is facing charges in the 1970s sexual assault of teen.
For the first time in nearly two decades, only half of U.S. households donated to a charity.
A Georgia sheriff says a national organization is trying to tell him what he can post on social media. The Freedom From Religion Foundation says it's unconstitutional for the official sheriff's page to post about religion.
A Corsicana pastor says his fight against COVID-19 has changed his perspective on getting the vaccine.
Hillsong Church Founder Brian Houston said much of his staff are fully vaccinated after church member Stephen Harmon, refused to get inoculated and later died from COVID-19.
Mississippi is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn its landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion nationwide.
'I DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT B.S. COMING FROM YOU': A U.S. district judge started the plea hearing by telling the court that he was raised as a Roman Catholic, "and was educated by nuns. And I don't look at nuns as ordinary people.''
“Unfortunately, a mask shields our humanity,” the Resurrection School in Lansing, Michigan said in a lawsuit that is now in the appeals process.