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.
Catholic Priest Offers Blessing To DPD K9 Officer DjangoFriday morning, Father Tymo Ksiazkiewicz offered a blessing to Django, a member of the Dallas Police Canine Unit.
Muslim-Led Crowdfunding Campaign Raises $150K For Migrant DetaineesA North Texas faith leader has jumped into the “detained migrant” debate with a campaign, which is freeing detainees.
Twitter Hateful Conduct Policy Now Bans 'Dehumanizing' Posts Toward Religious GroupsSaying their goal is to "keep people safe", Twitter is now banning hate speech that targets religious groups by using dehumanizing language.
More Than 200 Dead, 450 Injured In Easter Sunday Church, Hotel Bombings In Sri LankaA series of eight bombings in Sri Lanka targeting Christian churches and hotels in three cities killed at least 207 people and wounded up to 450 others on Easter Sunday.
Texas House Bill Introduced To Protect Mental Health Providers Using 'Conversion Therapy'Banned by legislators in many states, mental health providers who use  'conversion therapy' will be protected if Texas state Rep. Scott Sanford (R-McKinney) has his way.
3 Native American Inmates Win Right To Long Hair In TexasThe inmates' lawsuit against the Texas Department of Criminal Justice argued that Native American spiritual beliefs regard hair as an extension of the soul.
Chick-fil-A Is Adding Fried Fish To The Menu For LentFast-food restaurant Chick-fil-A is offering fish sandwiches and fish strips at select locations from now until the Saturday before Easter.
Ex-Priest Accused Of Raping Altar Boy In Texas Has Trial DelayedThe trial of a former Texas priest accused of sexually abusing an altar server for years was postponed after Catholic leaders named hundreds of priests credibly accused of child abuse.
Catholic Leaders In Texas Name 286 Accused Of Abusing MinorsCatholic leaders in Texas have identified 286 priests and others accused of sexually abusing children, a number that represents one of the largest collection of names to be released since an explosive grand jury report last year in Pennsylvania.