Tributes have continued to pour in on Tuesday for the author of The Message Bible, Eugene Peterson who has died aged 85.
The Bishop of Bristol has been formally introduced to the House of Lords.
The Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) has re-affirmed its commitment to its core mission after completing its 75th year of existence.
The Vatican is preparing to open formal debate on opening up the priesthood to married men.
Protestant churches members in eastern Ukraine face a fine or arrest if they meet together - even in their own homes - human rights campaigners have warned.
Broxtowe Borough Council in Nottinghamshire has voted to sell its Beeston Town Hall to Cornerstone Church in Nottingham.
The preacher from the royal wedding says moderate religious voices are being left out of the public sphere.
The Christian and Conservative MP for Congleton, Fiona Bruce says she opposes a ten minute rule bill due to be debated in Parliament today to decriminalise abortion in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Five papyrus fragments have been withdrawn from display at a major museum after it emerged they do not belong to the Dead Sea Scrolls, as previously claimed.
Eugene Peterson, most famous for his Bible version The Message, has died after going into a hospice.
A Christian charity has called on churches to raise awareness about domestic violence and abuse and ensure it's combatted.
The leader of the Catholic Church has prayed for the victims of Friday's train accident in India that killed at least 58 people, including children.
The next Bishop of Ramsbury will return to the town of his birth when he takes up the new appointment in the Diocese of Salisbury.
A church whose lead roof was stolen over time may only receive £15,000 from insurers for a replacement project that could cost £400,000.
Thieves have smashed a stained glass window in order to gain access into a Northern Ireland church.
Violence between Christian and Muslim youths in northern Nigeria has left 55 people dead and drawn condemnation from the country's president.
Australia's prime minister has delivered a formal apology to the country's victims of child sex abuse, saying the nation must acknowledge their long, painful journey and "say sorry".
A row has broken out over the putting up of Christmas lights at a Stoke-on-Trent church.
Parishioners in two Northern Ireland towns have been told they can only celebrate Sunday Mass at their church every other week.
The Catholic Church is today marking World Mission Sunday in an annual campaign that looks to raise awareness, ask for prayers and appeal for financial support for mission work.