Charismatic pastors who prophesied that Trump would win the election have been abused, threatened and received death threats after apologising for their error.
Black protestant and growing non religious voters, key to Joe Biden winning the US presidential election, frame the future direction on poverty, race and social justice.
The story of Theodore McCarrick, former cardinal and sex abuser, is at the centre of a struggle between supporters and opponents of Pope Francis and Donald Trump, which is unlikely to be resolved by the inquiry.
It is absolutely certain that QAnon will continue to flourish whatever the outcome of the election, even if it makes no political sense: it functions according to the logics of religious belief
Author Dr Robert Jones suggests churches have been responsible for constructing and sustaining a project to protect white supremacy and resist black equality.
The white Catholic vote is seen as crucial to success in the US presidential election, with abortion and social justice key issues and Joe Biden’s living faith a galvanising factor.
Archbishop of Canterbury urges free school meals in holidays as well as term time; “Terrorist” applies equally to white supremacists and Muslims; First British black Muslim festival.
American evangelicals hold the key to the US presidential election. But their right wing conservative bloc vote, galvanised around abortion, is in contrast to evangelicals in the UK, who pursue social justice issues and whose political vote is split.
Amy Coney Barrett, contender for a place on the US Supreme Court, belongs to a small Roman Catholic charismatic community ‘People of Praise, where women leaders are known as “handmaidens”.