This special looks at the challenges America is facing when it comes to religious bigotry and why this climate of fear and intolerance is a threat to our democracy.
This documentary looks at how spirituality is evolving in our culture and what it means for religious institutions
The program looks at how the tradition of marriage has evolved throughout the ages.
Nominated for a 2016 NY Emmy, this CBS interfaith special looks at how the nation’s prescription drug and heroin epidemic is affecting communities in America.
This program looks at the unique challenges facing male and female veterans as they transition from military to civilian life
Today mindfulness meditation is practiced in schools, prisons and even in corporate America
The program looks at how the faith community helps returning citizens and their families put their lives back together after incarceration.
This program explores the lives and influence of three religious teachers, Thomas Merton, His Holiness the 16th Karmapa and Karen Armstrong.
This program looks at how humor and religion are used from the pulpit and in everyday life. Features comedian Lewis Black.
This program looks at why professionals leave secular, high-powered careers to become clergy, academics and spiritual caregivers.
This program looks at what faith communities are doing to raise awareness and empower survivors.
This program looks at the beliefs and rituals of three world faith traditions as they are practiced in the United States.
An in-depth look at the relationship between food and faith in the Jewish, Sikh and Islamic faith traditions.
This program looks at the shifts in attitude towards religion and spirituality and what this means for religious institutions.
CBS News Religion & Culture looks at how people of faith help refugees make a new start in a new country.
Three faith traditions as they are practiced in the United States.
Saudi Arabia is one of the most socially conservative societies in the world. But as CBS News' Holly Williams discovered, some Saudi women are pushing the boundaries.
He is only the fourth pope to ever visit the country, which is overwhelmingly Muslim. His trip was designed to strengthen ties with the Muslim world, while condemning the Islamic militant violence. Allen Pizzey reports.
In a rare visit to Turkey, Pope Francis discussed ISIS and Muslim extremism that is threatening that country. He also visited holy sites and met with Christian leaders. Allen Pizzey reports from Istanbul.
Pope Francis begins a history three-day tour of Turkey. It's only the fourth trip by a pope to the mostly Muslim nation, and security is tight as the pope travels through the country. Allen Pizzey reports from Ankara, Turkey.
Blase Cupich taking the position from retiring Cardinal Francis George; marks the first time in Chicago that a living bishop passes the staff to a successor
"The Lost Gospel" by authors Simcha Jacobovici and Barrie Wilson argues that Jesus married Mary Magdalene and had two children. Charlie Rose reports.
While statistics show fewer Americans are attending services, Hillsong Church is bucking that trend without shying away from tough questions over social issues. Jericka Duncan takes a first-hand look at how one wildly popular megachurch from Australia is making its mark in the U.S.
A huge police force in Jerusalem is trying to keep calm at the disputed holy site Muslims call the "Noble Sanctuary" and Jews call the "Temple Mount." Israeli officials shut it down Thursday after police killed a man accused of shooting a Rabbi. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by the light of the sun coming through small windows, and now 450 years after his death, his masterpieces are being seen in a whole new light provided by 7,000 LEDs. The chapel is also getting a new ventilation system. Allen Pizzey reports.
Pope Francis continued his progressive reign this week, appointing a panel to study the idea of women deacons in the Roman Catholic Church. Marlie Hall has more.
Priests and lay people from the LGBTQ Catholic congregation Dignity react to much-discussed bishop's conference at the Vatican
Well over a million people camped out overnight to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis in Poland Sunday morning. The pope celebrated Mass for the faithful who came from 187 countries for the event. Seth Doane has more.
This special looks at the challenges America is facing when it comes to religious bigotry and why this climate of fear and intolerance is a threat to our democracy
Named after the first Italian-American saint, St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church has sat near the short of Scituate, Massachusetts since the early 1960's