Sunday's episode of the TV programme featured its first same-sex marriage, disappointing some and pleasing others.
Police have asked for information about the whereabouts of the body of Joy Morgan, who was murdered in January.
Specialists shoring up fire-damaged Notre Dame Cathedral have returned to the Paris site for the first time in nearly a month.
The Church needs to be careful not to alienate older generations as "God never puts a retirement age on Christianity", a Christian charity has said.
As Christian Aid plans to save money, its staff members' jobs are at stake.
The Bishop of Lynn, the Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick, has delivered a sermon from a helter skelter in Norwich Cathedral.
Justin Bieber is no stranger to making declarations of his Christian faith via social media.
Forty-five churches and chapels in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland’s future has been secured as grants totalling £290,000 have been given from the National Churches Trust.
A Catholic pilgrimage centre in Scotland is closing at the end of September.
Songs of Praise will feature, for the first time, a same sex wedding in Sundays's episode.
Online health checks will be offered instead of face-to-face GP consultations to millions of patients, as the NHS looks to overhaul its screening system for conditions like heart disease and diabetes.
The final Soul Survivor summer events get under way today in Peterborough with more than 18,000 expected to attend.
A mini golf course set up inside Rochester Cathedral in Kent has seen hundreds of visitors a day, doubling visitor numbers in August.
The US justice department has issued a warrant to seize a detained Iranian oil tanker, a day after a judge in Gibraltar ordered it to be released.
The number of students choosing to study religious education at A-level is in decline for the second year running.
Nora Quoirin's family has called for an end to "unhelpful" comments attributed to them or those claiming to act on their behalf following the death of their daughter in a Malaysian jungle.
A Christian family who were at risk of persecution if deported to Pakistan are celebrating their freedom as the government grants them temporary asylum, following a campaign by the Church of Scotland.
A priest in Suffolk initially thought he heard the sound of a bomb when the stormy weather had knocked one the stone crosses off the front of the church and thrown it onto the roof of the sacristy where Father Charles was.
The Christian Institute says the decision by a gay activist to challenge the UK court ruling to uphold the religious expression of two Christian bakers must be opposed to protect freedom of belief.
UK Christian safeguarding charity Thirtyone:eight has joined the call for evidence for the second inquiry into safeguarding in faith settings.