The embattled Tampa megachurch pastor who was arrested Monday after leading packed church services the day before -- despite social distancing orders from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office -- says he is canceling this coming Sunday's services.
A Pennsylvania pastor said Tuesday he plans to organize an outdoor “Woodstock”-like service in protest of coronavirus stay-at-home orders and following the arrests of multiple pastors in the U.S for allegedly violating such orders.
It was a loadout day at the Midwest Food Bank warehouse in Peachtree City. Churches, other non-profits and food pantries that distribute food to the elderly or families with financial needs loaded up and took the goods back to the neighborhoods they serve.
It is not the way the 1.2 million Roman Catholics in the Archdiocese of Atlanta expected to celebrate the installation of their new archbishop, but because of the coronavirus pandemic, Most Reverend Gregory John Hartmayer will be inducted in a private ceremony in May.
A Louisiana church attracted more than 1,800 people to their Sunday service, despite warnings from health officials to practice social distancing.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta has suspended all public masses beginning Tuesday for the next three weeks. That includes the weekends of March 21-22, March 28-29, and April 4-5.
Officials with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced on Thursday that all gatherings of church members, worldwide, will be suspended until further notice as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
A Texas woman’s truck was engulfed in flames Sunday in Deer Park, but she credits some divine intervention – and a little help from the Deer Park Fire Department – for minimizing the damage preventing any injuries to herself and saving her Bible, a report said Monday.
D.C. Mayor Bowser recommends a two-week self-quarantine for anyone who visited Christ Church Georgetown during a six-day period after the rector tested positive for the first confirmed case of coronavirus in D.C.
Churches across Atlanta are adapting services to make sure people stay healthy amid concerns of the coronavirus.
Della Simpson Maynor remembers the mounted police officer cracking her elbow with a baton. She recalls the panicked marchers unable to escape the onslaught, and the scuffle between officers and a young church deacon who was trying to protect his mother and grandfather. Most of all, she remembers the gunshot.
Pope Francis has named Archbishop Gregory J. Hartmayer as the new leader of the Catholic Church in Atlanta.
The verdict is guilty in the case of a Sandy Springs travel agency executive accused of defrauding faith-based groups across the country.
Pope Francis said he is skipping a week-long retreat because of a cold.
The Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston is suspending the distribution of Holy Communion from the chalice and will distribute only under the form of the host until further notice.
Pope Francis has canceled his official audiences after apparently coming down with a cold.
A church is helping to clear out school lunch debts for some Henry County students.
The Vatican was going ahead with plans for Pope Francis to celebrate the Ash Wednesday ritual kicking off the Catholic Church's Lenten season, but elsewhere in Italy Masses were canceled over fears of the new coronavirus and other Catholic countries took precautions.
A Roman Catholic bishop in Rhode Island responded to the controversy created by a priest who said abortion is worse than pedophilia and later sought to clarify his comments.
Parishioners at a church in Chino Hills are going the extra step to help people grieve over the death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant.