Pope sacked Church official for selling annulments
Angus Mackinnon, AFP
Pope Francis revealed Wednesday that he had sacked a church court official who had been caught offering to facilitate marriage annulments for cash.
How religion played in the midterm elections
Mark Silk, Religion News Service
According to yesterday’s exit polls, the religious layout of the electorate looks almost identical to the last midterm election in 2010, and not much different from the 2012 presidential election.
Why Evangelicals Are Wary of the Government
Alan Noble, The Atlantic
The subpoenas Houston Mayor Annise Parker issued to five of the city’s pastors highlight the larger tensions in state involvement with religion.
Contra Media Narrative, Voters of Faith Still Matter
Ralph Reed, The Corner
On Election Day, self-identified conservative Christians made up 32 percent of the electorate and voted 86 percent Republican and only 12 percent Democrat.