Thieves stole 21 ancient skulls from a church crypt display of what is thought to be the largest collection of its kind in Britain.
A Catholic priest who described Glasgow Pride as a "gross offence to God" has been removed from his role as a university chaplain.
More than 12 million people have viewed a video of a flash mob made of singers surprising customers at a fast-food restaurant in Nashville, Tennessee by singing a worship song.
A protest outside the Nigerian High Commission in London was held on Wednesday to mark 150 days since a 15-year-old Christian girl was kidnapped by Boko Haram from Dapchi in Yobe state, Nigeria.
US singer-songwriter Katy Perry has opened up about her spiritual life in a new interview with Vogue Australia.
Steve Chalke, the church leader and founder of the charity Oasis, has urged health care bosses to rethink the way they run the NHS as it marks its 70th anniversary.
A report released today on religion and belief in schools has been praised by Rev Stephen Terry from the education group Accord Coalition but criticised by the Catholic Church.
A memorial stone to Nelson Mandela has been dedicated at Westminster on the centenary of the former President of South Africa's birth.
A councillor in New Zealand is calling for tithing to be banned at churches located in low-income communities.
Christian charity Church Action on Poverty has encouraged local communities and churches to start food pantries as a long-term solution to tackling food poverty in their area.
Andrew Brunson, an American pastor, who is facing 35 years of prison in Turkey, has been ordered to remain behind bars until at least October after a court hearing on Wednesday.
The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards has recommended that Democratic Unionist MP Ian Paisley be suspended from the House of Commons for 30 days because of his failure to register two family holidays paid for by the Sri Lankan government.
Sir Cliff Richard been awarded more than £200,000 in damages after winning his High Court privacy battle against the BBC over its coverage of a police search of his home.
Scripts were rewritten for Jane Fonda after the actress said she felt uncomfortable taking the Lord's name in vain on television, it has been claimed.
A plan to evacuate and destroy the village Khan al-Ahmar in the West Bank has faced criticism.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Rev Justin Welby has asked that the UK Government not ignore the increasingly deadly violence in Nigeria.
A new survey has found that 47 per cent of British adults believe that the world would be a more peaceful place without religion.
A week-long social media campaign named #say1thing encourages people to tweet a compliment about someone which isn't based on looks.
India's government has ordered inspections of all centres run by Mother Teresa's charity following the arrest of a nun and a worker at one of its shelters for unwed mothers for allegedly selling a baby.
Christians wanting to embark on the famous Camino de Santiago (Way of Saint James) pilgrimage route have been tricked by people switching signs to divert walkers to bar and food establishments.