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The declaration of a 'caliphate' by Islamist militants in Iraq lacks legitimacy and their death threats to Christians are a danger to civilization, the head of Turkey’s religious authority has said
It is religiously permissible for a woman whose husband is sentenced to one or more years in prison to apply for a divorce
Pope Francis on Monday created a new finance ministry to oversee the Holy See's economic affairs
Religious Affairs Directorate Head Prof. Dr. Mehmet Görmez is traveling to San’a, the capital of Yemen, for an official visit.
'The internet offers immense possibilities for encounter and solidarity. This is something truly good, a gift from God,' the Argentine pontiff said
Catholics, Anglicans and Muslims came together Monday to fight slavery with the launch of a global network to tackle human trafficking, forced prostitution and child labour.
Head of the worldwide Anglican Communion, The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby met with Fener Orthodox Greek Patriarchate Bartholomew in Istanbul
Pope Francis on Thursday marked the first anniversary of his election in prayer and quiet contemplation of the meaning of Lent, far from the adoring crowds and controversies of Rome.
The Vatican called for an unconditional ceasefire in Syria and the involvement of all regional players including Iran in peace talks next week, ahead of a visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday.
The Directorate General for Religious Affairs has issued a fatwa stating that kangaroo meat and grasshoppers are “halal” food
The Mufti’s Office in the Black Sea province of Rize has sent mosques in the city a sermon condemning Valentine’s Day, to be read by imams on Friday.
Greek Orthodox patriarchs and archbishops have gathered in Istanbul for a three-day meeting, upon the invitation of Fener Greek Patriarch Bartholomew
Orthodox Christians reenacted the baptism of Christ with a cross-throwing ceremony
Churches in the world are increasingly being adorned with doors made by an artisan in the southern province of Hatay, an early center of Christianity
Pope Francis said Sunday he will make his first trip to the Holy Land, visiting Amman, Bethlehem and Jerusalem from May 24 to 26.
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