The Supreme Court’s decision to hear a case in Colorado involving a baker who refused to sell a wedding cake to a gay couple could resolve a similar case in Oregon.
In Pendleton, a pair of early churches were being built in the late 1800s within a stone’s throw of each other. Episcopalians and the Methodists raced to complete their buildings first.
A new report offers a grim look at Oregon's child welfare system. A former Portland commissioner offers a vision for how to fix city hall. A church in Klamath Falls gets an organ it has been waiting for for nearly 100 years.
Faith leaders and immigration groups came together in Portland Friday to oppose expanded deportations by the Trump administration. A growing number are offering sanctuary.
The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education is taking over the former Museum of Contemporary Craft’s space in downtown Portland with plans for national-level exhibitions.
In a private meeting in 2009, Gordon Smith talked about how he helped the Mormon Church while he was a U.S. senator.
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We'll talk to two faith leaders from Eugene who are working to bring refugees to Oregon. We'll continue our series on this state's Soviet diaspora with a conversation about education. And we'll catch up on the latest regional business news.
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Progressive Christian leader Jim Wallis joined local pastors Eric Knox and T. Allen Bethel to discuss racism and white privilege with Think Out Loud host Dave Miller.
We talk to progressive Christian leader Jim Wallis with an audience at First Christian Church in downtown Portland about his new book, "America's Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege and the Bridge to a New America."
Pope Francis is in the U.S. for the first time today. What do Catholics in Oregon think about him?
We check in with Catholics and clergy members about what they think of the direction the Catholic Church is headed under the direction of Pope Francis.
St. Mary's Academy opened its equal employment policy to include sexual orientation, but the woman at the center of the controversy hasn't been offered her job back.
Katharine Hayhoe is both a climate scientist and an evangelical Christian. She believes that many Americans who deny climate change are placing their politics and ideology above their faith.
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Oregonians are mobilizing on social media as local cupcake wars heat up.
We revisit our conversation with Lawrence Wright, a Pulitzer Prize-winning staff writer for the New Yorker and author of "Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, & the Prison of Belief."