Most Rev Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury has praised the courage of those caught up in the harrowing London Bridge terrorist attack for "picking themselves up" and carrying on with their lives.
A Christian social commentator has raised concerns about the record number of Google searches beginning with the word "how".
A Christian charity has added its voice to the growing number of groups condemning any forced return of refugees who have fled violence in Myanmar.
An Iraqi priest has told Premier that efforts by Islamic State (IS) to indoctrinate children means erasing the group's ideology from the Middle East could take ten years.
A university has defended its decision to ban a Christian group after a gay student said he was prevented from becoming a leader because of his sexuality.
A young boy at an orphanage in the 1960s did not die as a result of an attack by a nun, an inquiry has been told.
A new Ofsted report has found that faith schools are "deliberately choosing" not to meet standards, due to the tensions between legal requirements and community expectations.
A number of Christians have died during one of the largest annual pilgrimages in Latin America.
Manchester City Council has unanimously voted in favour of a huge renovation of the city's biggest church.
Charity Christian Aid has praised the Prime Minister's announcement that the UK will lead the way in the electric car industry.
Two in every five independent faith schools in the UK now requires improvement or is inadequate, inspectors have concluded.
Phillip Schofield showed "antagonism against God" when he labelled traditional Christian views concerning sexuality "abhorrent" on national television, it has been claimed.
A call for prayer has been requested by four Iranian Christian converts facing a potential 10-year sentence in an appeal hearing on Wednesday.
Christian boxer Tyson Fury has been cleared to fight again after a two year battle facing doping charges.
A member of the House of Lords has expressed concern that telling other people about the Christian faith could soon become a crime.
Christian groups have spoken out against a possible new policy that would automatically assume everyone wants to be an organ donor unless they manually opt-out.
A Christian man accused of being involved in the lynching of two Muslim men believed to have been connected to the 2015 twin church bomb attack in Pakistan, has died while in jail.
Rome’s ancient building, the Pantheon, will introduce an entry fee next May unless visitors are coming to pray.
James Blunt has confessed he tricked people into thinking he had played the church organ at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
One of the country's most influential churches has signalled it is prepared to step back from the Church of England over the issue of sexuality.