Only On 2: The nurse says, “My religion shouldn’t be a topic of conversation or for them to criticize.”
Pastor Edward Romero was in the country protesting the imprisonment of four Christians and their attorney.
A judge is allowing a San Diego-area school district to teach yoga, rejecting the claims of disgruntled parents who called it an effort to promote Eastern religion.
In the 1980s and early 90s, Jemeker Thompson-Hairston was one of the biggest drug dealers in Los Angeles. Seven years after her release from prison, she has turned her life around, founding a ministry and detailing her journey from drugs and money laundering to faith in a new memoir.
A team of talented students from Granada Hills Charter High School have won the National Academic Decathlon for the third year in a row.
“Two and a Half Men” star Angus T. Jones is under fire for criticizing the show — even going so far as to call it “filth” — in an online video where he professes his religious beliefs.
No one can equate to God. And, it’s about time someone stood up to Jamie Foxx and his ilk to teach them that – or at least try to teach them that.
Rev. William Owens takes great issue with Obama’s linkage of Dr. King’s civil rights movement of the past to the current gay rights movement regarding same-sex marriage. Owens says that King embraced traditional religion, and he strongly suggests that King would not want his civil rights’ mission altered to include same-sex marriage.
The Pageant of the Masters is the most famous attraction of the Laguna Beach Festival of Arts, which will be held this year during July and August. Prepare yourself for one of the most enchanting shows you will ever see.
Millions tune in everyday to radio host Lino Rulli battle his inner demons and struggle with what it means to be religious.
Teacher Steve Cuckovich said the common courtesy is disrespectful and disruptive to classroom activity — but insists the ban has nothing to do with religion.
An Orange County couple has been ordered to stop holding a Bible study in their home on the grounds that the meeting violates a city ordinance as a “church” and not as a private gathering.
We’ve all heard the saying: no good deed goes unpunished . . . and that’s exactly what happened to a South Pasadena resident who was issued a ticket by police for his charitable act.
Ambassador Doug Kmiec is accused of excessively writing and speaking about his Catholic religious beliefs — the very job he says the president called him to do.