The Top Cases Waiting As The United States Supreme Court's New Term Begins October 4Abortion, guns, religion and a campaign finance challenge by a Texan top the Supreme Court term that begins Monday.
'These Vaccines Are A Gift From God': First Baptist Dallas Promoting COVID-19 Vaccine, Hosting ClinicPastor Robert Jeffress also says he’s already been vaccinated. Now he’s hoping to ease fears among his 14,000 congregants and other North Texas Christians.
'A Crisis Of Faith,' Growing Number Of Southern Baptist Women Question RolesAmong the millions of women belonging to churches of the Southern Baptist Convention, there are many who have questioned the faith's gender-role doctrine.
US Supreme Court Orders Another Look At Texas Death Row Case Of Murderer Ruben GutierrezThe US Supreme Court has ordered a further review by a lower court of a lawsuit brought by a Texas death row inmate who objects to a policy that bars a chaplain from accompanying him into the death chamber.
Catholic Diocese Of Fort Worth Calls For Day Of Prayer For Peace, Says 'Political Discourse Lacks Civility'The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth is calling for a "Day of Prayer for Peace" among people of all races.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Proclaims Day Of Prayer And Fasting To Eradicate CoronavirusDallas Mayor Eric Johnson has issued an official declaration calling for a day of prayer and fasting to be held August 19 for the eradication of the coronavirus.
No Mask, No Mass At Catholic Diocese Of Fort WorthFaced with the current upturn in coronavirus cases, the Diocese of Fort Worth is now requiring parishioners to wear masks during Mass.
US Supreme Court Halts Texas Execution Of Ruben Gutierrez Over Clergy QuestionThe U.S. Supreme Court granted a reprieve Tuesday to a Texas inmate scheduled to die for fatally stabbing an 85-year-old woman more than two decades ago.
Though Not Advised By Mayor Betsy Price, In-Person Worship Now Allowed In Fort WorthThough not advised, houses of worship in Fort Worth may again hold in-person services.
FBI Seeking Potential Victims Of Clergy Abuse In North TexasThe FBI is seeking to identify victims who were persuaded or coerced into a sexual act by a member of the clergy in the North Texas region between 1985 and the present.
Judge Halts Trump Order On Refugee Resettlement After Gov. Abbott Was 1st To Sign OnA judge has agreed to block the Trump administration from enforcing an executive order allowing state and local governments to reject the resettlement of refugees.
'Discouraging And Disheartening': All Texas Catholic Bishops Denounce Governor's Decision To Reject New RefugeesThe bishops of Dallas and Fort Worth are among the 16 Texas Catholic bishops who have denounced Gov. Greg Abbott's decision to reject new refugees in 2020.
North Texas Chicken Express Employee Told To Leave Work Because Of Her HijabOwners and management of a Chicken Express in Fort Worth are apologizing after an employee was asked to leave because she was wearing a hijab.
Texas: Evangelical Women's Health Group Owes State $1.5MAn Associated Press investigation found that the group came nowhere close to serving 50,000 women, as it had promised.
Naked Woman Climbs Atop Saint Patrick Cathedral Statue, Sits, Stands, Stretches For 4 HoursA naked woman climbed a statue outside Saint Patrick Cathedral Friday morning and stayed there until she was rescued four hours later.