A group of homeless people have accused the Speaker's chaplain Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin of driving them from their spot, following a complaint she registered about a tunnel's "ongoing stench".
The Vatican's first official sports team, which began as a running club in January, says it now plans to branch out into other winter sports, including cycling and swimming.
There's more concern for Christians in Algeria as yet more churches are closed down.
The last voyage of a Royal Navy explorer credited with giving Australia its name will see his remains returned to the village where he was born, it has been announced.
A "smart rosary" has been created to help young worshippers pray at the click of a button.
The leader of a Christian charity that sees hundreds of young people come to Christ every year has said the UK Church is failing to grow because it's neglecting the ministry gift of evangelism.
A sadistic church warden who murdered a university lecturer following a campaign of physical and mental torture has been jailed for more than 30 years.
A Catholic nun in India says the Vatican has 'denied her justice' after rejecting her expulsion appeal, claiming she has been penalised for protesting against a bishop accused of rape.
A religious freedom charity says Christians in the north-eastern region fear persecution by Islamic extremists as the Turkish military continues its military offensive.
A Christian MP has told Premier he's ready to back the "sensible deal" which has been negotiated on Brexit by the Prime Minister.
Yousef Nadarkhani, an Iranian pastor currently in prison has ended a three week hunger strike after he "garnered sufficient attention".
As the Church of England continues to see a fall in congregation numbers, one of its bishops is warning against linking morale to size.
A Christian climate activist has told Premier that campaigners are called to act after London's commuters expressed anger over the protests Thursday morning.
Pastor Andrew Brunson has prayed over US politicians as they return to session.
Christian public policy charity CARE has said it's outrageous that the UK Government abandoned its plans to introduce age-verification requirements on pornographic sites.
The owners of satellite channel Ben TV have been fined £25,000 over the broadcast of a programme which featured televangelist Peter Popoff offering viewers the chance to order "free miracle spring water".
Charities, anti-poverty organisations and faith groups have called on UK leaders work harder to solve food poverty by 2030.
A church in Sussex has worked to turn its congregation's fearful thoughts about Brexit to faith-filled thoughts.
The Museum of the Bible in America has received 13 fragments of, or quoting, the Bible which were possibly sold illegally by a Professor of Classics in the UK.
Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, has added his name to an open letter to journalists who've accused celebrities of being hypocrites over climate change.