The wife of the US vice-president has defended her decision to return to a teaching job at a school that prohibits employees from engaging in an LGBT lifestyle.
A Christian charity is highlighting the problems severe winter weather is bringing to Syrian refugees in the Middle East.
Zimbabweans faced a "total internet shutdown" after a violent crackdown on people protesting against a dramatic rise in fuel prices.
A Christian primary school headteacher who sent her pupils a letter from her death, has been buried in a coffin covered in their drawings.
A Christian hotel worker who claimed she was unfairly sacked over her refusal to work during Sundays has been awarded the equivalent of £16.2 million.
A petition has been handed in to the foreign office by Siobhain McDonagh MP, calling for an end to UK money spent on books that promote religious intolerance.
The Vatican has created new online guidelines to help the Church combat the "ugly business" of human trafficking.
The Government's Faith Minister says it has been "inspirational" to see how churches in Brighton are positively impacting lives.
A statue depicting the fast food icon Ronald McDonald being crucified is being withdrawn from a museum in Israel following protests by Christians.
The Archbishop of York has prayed for the Duke of Edinburgh, who was left "very shocked" but unhurt following a car crash near the Queen's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
The MP who is politicians' link between the church and parliament has been asked about Christians in Pakistan and the foreign office's intentions to end persecution worldwide.
Donald Trump has pledged to do more to protect religious freedom.
A sculpture of Satan planned for a Spanish city has been criticised for being too jolly.
Two recent incidents of gunfire outside churches in northern Iraq reflect a broader campaign of "intimidation" against Christians in the country, it has been claimed.
The Archbishop of Canterbury's representative in Vatican City has declared "Christ is risen!" after his views on the physical resurrection of Jesus attracted scrutiny.
The Labour MP Fiona Onasanya, who was found guilty of perverting the course of justice, is appealing against her conviction.
Brother Andrew, the missionary who became well-known for his work smuggling Bibles into Communist countries during the Cold War, has been extolled by the UK Foreign Secretary.
Letters received by 15 Catholic churches in the UK speak of alarming threats of stabbing and bombs.
Pakistani churches have been threatened with closures if they fail to make their own security arrangements by the end of March.
A Catholic charity is appealing to Kenyan communities to "not become divided" as a result of the latest terror attack in the capital that killed 14 people.