For more than a decade, a group of Major League Baseball’s umpires has convened by phone to pursue spiritual solace.
It helps us pay attention to the things that matter.
Suffering and death are facts of life: “Everyone dies, their bodies rot, and every face becomes a skull.”
The court shifted direction in cases on Covid-related limits on religious services after Justice Amy Coney Barrett replaced Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Although he ultimately rejected Pentecostalism, the writer captured its pathos and ability to bear witness to Blackness in America in his first novel.
I lit the menorah as a child, but my kids are growing up in a different type of household.
Contemporary hermits are reaching out to people struggling with isolation. Their message: Go inward, and get outside.
Several towns with large ultra-Orthodox Jewish populations are seeing coronavirus case rates that are among the highest in New York.
Across Thailand’s crowded capital, there are spirits who must be placated with a comfy place to live. The coronavirus is no excuse to cut back on the coddling.
Modern life is ugly, brutal and barren. Maybe you should try a Latin Mass.
In the latest essay from our visual series, The World Through a Lens, we share a collection of photographs from a nunnery in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region of Georgia.
Pakistan’s government is dithering in the face of the epidemic because it’s not sure what to fear the most.
Amid a pandemic, millions of Americans refashioned rituals and grasped for hope in the story of Jesus’ resurrection.