The BBC has said it will not challenge a High Court judge's ruling after it lost a legal battle with Sir Cliff Richard over its coverage of a police raid on his home.
People are praying for Aretha Franklin in the Detroit church where her father was once a pastor.
Jack Phillips, the US based cake maker, who famously won a Supreme Court case over his right to refuse to make a gay wedding cake, has a new legal battle.
A Christian charity that works to improve confidence and self-worth among youngsters and adults has criticised Superdrug's decision to offer Botox and fillers in store for just £99.
A vicar and his curate, who had an adulterous affair, have resigned from their posts in the north east of England after they were suspended from public ministry.
Twitter has launched a brand new Pope Francis emoji for users to use ahead of the pontiff's visit to Ireland
Oz Fox, from Christian rock band Stryper, had a seizure on stage and partner Annie Lobert has set up a page to raise money for his recovery.
Prayers are being made for all those affected by the collapse of a motorway bridge in Italy that has left at least 35 people dead.
A national cinema chain has admitted that it breached the terms of a contract when it refused to allow the screening of a Christian film about people who have left behind homosexual behaviours.
The announcement that Pope Francis may not meet victims of church sexual abuse in Ireland has pushed one victim to organise a demonstration during his visit to Dublin.
More than a thousand children were molested by hundreds of Roman Catholic priests in six Pennsylvania dioceses, while senior church officials took steps to cover it up, according to a landmark grand jury report.
The civil rights activist and Baptist minister Rev Jesse Jackson has visited an ailing Aretha Franklin at her home in Detroit.
The Isle of Tiree has been without a minister at Tiree Parish Church for two years, but a member and a pastor nearby say it's worth joining them.
A Christian debt charity has warned many people are struggling financially despite official figures released on Tuesday showing a record number of people are employed.
Sir Cliff Richard says he has relied upon his Christian faith more in recent years than ever, weeks after winning a High Court battle against the BBC.
The most senior Roman Catholic cleric convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been ordered by an Australian court to serve his one-year sentence in home detention rather than jail.
The chief executive of international Christian charity Mothers' Union has told Premier of her alarm at witnessing the aftermath of a crash outside Parliament which police are treating as a terrorist incident.
The US has denied reports that its embassy in Turkey's capital had confirmed the detained American pastor Andrew Brunson would be released by house arrest by 15th August.
It has emerged Humanist Society Scotland-registered celebrants conducted more weddings last year than any other religious body in the country, including the Church of Scotland.
A charity has welcomed the government's announcement that it will put £100m into eradicating rough sleeping by 2027, however it has warned the money will need to address long term issues.