You’ve seen them on the national news and heard of their perilous journeys across the dessert, fleeing drug-invested and poverty-stricken Central America.
Family and friends came together Saturday to remember a high school senior killed in a motorcycle crash in Beaver County.
So many people turned out for a memorial service for a Central Valley High School student that many had to stand outside.
A fish fry? What’s that? This is what I was saying two years ago after first moving to Pittsburgh.
It seemed like an incredible deal for a small church in Indiana County looking for transportation to spread the word.
The Sisters of St. Joseph and St. Titus Parish held a prayer service Friday – a month after an elderly sister was sexually assaulted and attacked.
Officials are on the scene of a church fire in McKeesport.
Two Mt. Pleasant families are baffled, after someone stole the baby Jesus from their nativity scene.
It wasn’t an offering of communion or a traditional service, even as the congregation sang.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh say the federal government is trying to remove First Amendment religious protections from church-related schools and charities “for the first time in history” by mandating contraception and abortion coverage for employees.
The pastor of a local church is calling red graffiti a “threat.”
A West Virginia pastor is being forced out of his church job for allowing law officers to borrow the church’s bus to catch meth lab operators.
A man has been jailed on burglary charges after police say he broke into a western Pennsylvania church after a night of drinking, only to be found fast sleep by police the next morning.
It’s one of the many historic, architectural gems in the city.
A group of Protestant churches has become the first U.S. religious body to vote to divest its pension funds and investments from fossil fuel companies because of climate change concerns.