Parents are descending on the Midlothian ISD on Thursday for a peaceful protest over the district’s decision to remove religious plaques from two elementary campuses.
Tired of that friend or relative who won’t stop posting or tweeting political opinions? Online loudmouths may be annoying, but a new survey suggests they are in the minority.
A group of high school cheerleaders from southeast Texas asked the state Supreme Court on Wednesday to rule on whether banners emblazoned with Bible verses that they display at football games is protected free speech.
Increasingly, major studios appear to be taking a leap for faith-based audiences with biblical epics such as “Noah” and the planned December release of “Exodus.”
Two days after he pleaded not guilty to bribery and fraud charges, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price was all smiles as he left church service on Sunday.
Several members of the Metroplex Atheists submitted a formal request to the Rowlett City Council to allow them to deliver an invocation before a city council meeting.
A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Obama’s health care overhaul, the first time the high court has declared that businesses can hold religious views under federal law.
The Vatican has released comprehensive statistics for the first time on how it has disciplined priests accused of raping and molesting children
Gov. Rick Perry has long revered Texas icon Sam Houston, and now shares a spiritual connection with one of his political heroes — getting baptized in the same creek.
A church in Grapevine is getting ready for Easter by trying to set a world record for the largest portrait of Jesus Christ. It is being drawn in chalk in the church’s parking lot.
Louisiana lawmakers are moving ahead with a proposal to name the Bible as Louisiana’s official state book, despite concerns the bill would land the Legislature in court.
A new exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art is showcasing 150 rare Islamic works of art and scientific objects that explore the use and meaning of light. It runs through June 29.