Diane-Louise Jordan has told Premier that God opened the door to her Blue Peter career, as the popular children's television show celebrates its 60th anniversary.
There's been a 40 per cent increase in religious hate crime in the UK over the past year.
Thirty Church of England bishops have added their signatures to a petition calling on the government to provide more support for people applying for Universal Credit amid evidence of an increase in demand at food banks in areas where the benefit has been introduced.
Most Irish people believe Pope Francis did not do enough to address clerical abuse during his recent visitd, researchers have said.
Egypt has extended its state of emergency for another three months.
A special exhibition will take place in Parliament on Tuesday to mark World Food Day.
An audience at a Sir Cliff Richard concert reportedly booed the BBC following the veteran entertainer's privacy case victory over the corporation.
A new Bible has been published to help Catholics "navigate" and "make sense" of scripture.
Only eleven Church of Scotland congregations will remain operational on Shetland once sweeping changes have come into effect.
Boko Haram has vowed to keep Nigerian Christian schoolgirl Leah Sharibu in captivity forever.
The Russian Orthodox Church has said it is severing ties with the leader of the worldwide Orthodox community after his decision to grant Ukrainian clerics independence from the Moscow Patriarchate.
Eleven leading evangelical bishops have warned the Church of England not to change its stance on sexuality.
A charity has urged Christians to limit the amount of energy they use as fracking has resumed in the UK on Monday for the first time since it was linked with earthquakes in 2011.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is among public figures congratulating the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the news that they are expecting a baby.
A Christian PM has criticised the Church of England's failure to attend Amazon and Google annual shareholders' meetings for at least three years, despite the Church insisting that it takes "the view that it is most effective to be in the room with these companies" to quiz their tax affairs.
A decision by the United Nations to wind down protection for a predominantly Christian minority group from Myanmar has been criticised by campaigners.
Australia's prime minister has indicated religious schools will no longer be able to admit or expel students based on their sexual preference.
The creator of The Message version of the Bible is receiving hospice care.
Pope Francis is understood to be ready to accept an invitation to visit North Korea, a senior South Korean official has told reporters.
Christians accused of 'proselytism' will appear in court on Tuesday 6th November.