The pope’s U.S. visit comes at a pivotal time for the LGBT community. According to the American Values Atlas, 60 percent of Catholics favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry legally.
In today’s buzz, Catholic universities in the U.S. have been slow to respond to pope’s encyclical, plus the Seventh-day Adventist’s will decide if women can become clergy.
Ahead of the pope’s encyclical on the environment, PRRI looks at how Catholics compare with other religious Americans on the topics of dominion and stewardship.
With Pope Francis’ encyclical due later this month, PRRI takes a look at what American Catholics think about climate change.
The New York Times’ Frank Bruni uses AVA findings to show that American Catholics are more progressive than many believe them to be.
In today’s buzz, how presidential campaigns became two-year marathons, Pope Francis’ “revolutionary” stance on LGBT issues, and a map of gay marriage legality.
In today’s buzz, why American Christians are turning against gay conversion therapy and Republicans in Maine are pushing for their own “religious freedom” law.
In today’s buzz, how to get free stuff on tax day, millennials who identify as “feminist,” and Rachel Held Evans’ book on the millennial decline in the church.
In today’s buzz, Presbyterian Church recognizes gay marriage, NYT covers importance of Catholicism in Jeb Bush’s life, and we get ready for a survey release.
In today’s buzz, the state with the most megachurches, criticism over a White House religious extremism event, and how 2016 is the year of the Baptist minister.