Pope Francis tended to the needs of Thailand’s tiny Catholic hierarchy, urging priests and nuns to find ways to communicate the faith with “a Thai face and flesh” in an overwhelmingly Buddhist country.
There’s something unnerving about super-successful siblings, don’t you find?
An Aberdeen University project in Malawi designed to provide additional training to African ministers has produced its first group of graduates.
An Aberdeenshire church has voted to quit the Scottish Episcopal Church in a row over its "future trajectory".
Sir Cliff Richard has spoken of the profound effect religion has had on his life.
An Aberdeen church which has been left homeless for seven years is preparing to move into a historic new home in the heart of the city.
The Iona Community charity has invited people from around the globe to aid in its quest to secure £500,000 by the end of the year to safeguard its presence on the remote Hebridean isle.
Kirstin Williamson is just like any other 20-year-old and is training to be a teacher at Aberdeen University, having just left home to live with flatmates.
These are the first images of what a former supermarket could look like when it is converted into a church.
The organisers of a five-night Christian celebration in the north-east's biggest town have said the turnout "exceeded expectations" after thousands gathered to hear a renowned US preacher.
A Catholic priest from Iraq spoke in Aberdeen last night about how he used his unbreakable faith to endure nine days of torture at the hands of al-Queda terrorists.
An Aberdeenshire church congregation will finally have a home to call their own after holding services in a leisure centre for nearly 22 years.
An Aberdeen cathedral last night played host to an annual candlelit festive service of choir music considered to be among "the best in the north of Scotland".
One Aberdeen University graduate will make the transition from geography to theology this summer during a trip to the USA.
What does the Kirk, meeting in General Assembly in Edinburgh today, have to say to the people of Scotland?