The UK will aim to resettle 5,000 refugees in 2020, Home Secretary Sajid Javid has announced.
Stephen Crabb MP, who stood against Theresa May in 2016, tells Premier the race is a difficult time to stick to what you believe in.
The Archbishop of Canterbury's cricket team will be welcoming its first female players to join them in a match against the Vatican this summer.
A video has been released showing the British boxer Tyson Fury praying in preparation for his Las Vegas fight against Tom Schwarz.
The Church in Wales says it want to repent for its part in anti-Jewish sentiment.
A church in Glasgow has decided to leave the Scottish Episcopal Church following concerns that it has become too liberal.
Israel Folau has caused fresh controversy over the weekend after stating that the government was doing the 'devil's work'.
There have been reports that among the 2 million people gathered in Hong Kong to protest on Monday, many used the opportunity to sing a worship song.
Ministers have made it easier for churches to establish faith schools.
The Vatican has formally opened debate on letting married men be ordained as priests in remote parts of the Amazon where priests are so few that Catholics can go weeks or months without attending a Mass.
Catholic international development charity (CAFOD) has urged the UK government to use Monday's visit by the Colombian president as an opportunity to tell him to secure peace in the country.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s son, Archie, will be baptised next month, following with Royal Tradition.
Notre Dame Cathedral has held its first Mass since the devastating April 15 blaze, although only 30 people were allowed to attend and the archbishop had to wear a hard hat as he stood among the burnt wood debris.
Today is Father’s Day, a day where we celebrate dads and all they do and have done for us.
The grip of Islamic militants on northern and eastern parts of Burkina Faso is growing, according to Christian organisation, Open Doors.
The Church of England has been ranked second globally in an industry survey of Responsible Investors, with two leading figures working in ethical engagement for the Church also praised for their contribution to sustainable investment.
We are less likely to see sexist adverts on our screens as ‘harmful gender stereotype’ ads have been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
Jeremy Corbyn has warned the UK risks increasing the threat of war with Iran, by suggesting the country was behind an attack on two US oil tankers.
The Notre Dame Cathedral is opening its doors to worshipers today, marking the first time since a devastating fire tore through its halls in April.