Church Action on Poverty has told Premier the National Living Wage is unacceptable after research found low-paid parents working full time are still unable to earn enough to meet their families' needs.
The Pope's latest intervention on child abuse days before his visit to Ireland is too little too late, a campaigner said.
A UK Christian humanitarian charity is taking part in relief efforts in India as the country deals with the worst flooding it's seen in a century.
Bedecked in bunting, flags and tens of thousands of flowers, the small village of Knock in the west of Ireland is quickly preparing for the arrival of Pope Francis.
Bookmaker Paddy Power has erected a giant drive-thru confession box ahead of the Pope's visit to Ireland.
Derby Cathedral is rejecting criticism of its new series of film screenings.
Pope Francis has issued a letter to Catholics around the world condemning the "crime" of sexual abuse by priests and subsequent cover-ups.
Christians are being urged to pray for the containment o Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo), as the African country is faced with its 10th outbreak of the deadly virus.
Following an abuse report in Pennsylvania, the son of Billy Graham, Franklin Graham says the Catholic church let abuse "grow in the darkness".
A Nepali bill on 'hurting religious feelings' and conversion has come into force .
A group of Brighton churches will be taking to the skies for a Mass 531 feet high at the top of the British Airways i360.
A Pastor and his wife in Kenya have been accused of being involved in human trafficking, despite their work to end FGM.
New Church of England figures show that the number of people under 32 recommended to train for ordination this year has risen by nearly a third (32%), compared to two years ago.
Elisha was forced to marry when she was 12 and although that was found to be illegal, she is now fighting another battle over it.
The co-founder of a campaign to end violence through churches is abseiling the Portsmouth landmark.
The leader of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland has said he hopes to meet the Pope when he travels to Dublin next week.
Cardinal Bagnasco will lead the service which is being boycotted by many of the victims' families while the Cardinal of Naples criticises authorities.
Details of the singer's funeral have been announced.
A Christian who reads the Bible with inmates has welcomed funds to help improve conditions and limit violence.
The number of students taking Religious Studies at A level in England in Wales has fallen by 22.8 per cent in the past year.