Prospects are dim for parents hoping to keep local schools open.
Pastors say they'll sue the governor if he doesn't allow indoor services this week.
Trenton Diocese opens churches for private prayers, but no formal services yet.
Religious leaders are finding their congregations expanding, virtually.
Despite emphatic public health messages about the need to stay home and prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus that has now killed nearly 650 in the state, officials in Lakewood say achieving ...
Religious leaders and law enforcement are working together to prevent hate crimes and acts of violence.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop says it's clear that the gunmen in a furious shooting that left six people dead targeted a Jewish market.
The state Homeland Security Office hosts Interfaith Advisory Council meetings to hear from leaders of houses of worship and to have them channel fear and concern into real action.
An international summit discusses issues surrounding increased attacks against people of faith around the world and what can be done to protect houses of worship and worshippers.
A coalition of faith-based leaders gathered to support of Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposed millionaire’s tax increase on moral grounds.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a New Jersey condominium association violated women's rights by setting separate swimming hours for male and female residents.
People gathered at The Islamic Society of Central Jersey to hold a vigil for the victims of the New Zealand shooting and denounce Islamophobia.
The lawsuit alleges that in 2004, Gugliotta began sexually abusing a minor who was 14 at the time.
Ashes to Go is an effort to get church leaders into the community on Ash Wednesday to administer ashes to people who can’t get to church.
Five Catholic dioceses in New Jersey released on Wednesday the names of clergy they say have been credibly accused of sexually abusing minors. The incidents date back as far as 1940.