Rockland County Village Of Airmont Sued For Religious DiscriminationThe U.S. attorney in the Southern District claims the village used zoning provisions to restrict Jewish people from worshipping in private homes and running a religious school.
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against New York's Restrictions On Religious GatheringsCuomo imposed capacity limits on houses of worship in red and orange zones as a way to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Religious Groups Sue New York State Over Latest COVID-19 ClosuresThe suits claim the state executive order denies the religious community its fundamental right -- religious freedom -- despite their implementation of safety precautions.
5 Years Later: Cardinal Dolan Looks Back On Pope Francis' Historic Visit To New York CityThe Holy Father spent a whirlwind 40 hours in the Big Apple in September 2015.
Religious Leaders Take Precautions As In-Person Services ResumeThe weekend is usually a time when worshipers gather for services, but churches have been closed to group gatherings for months during the coronavirus pandemic. As CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reported Friday, that changes in New York and New Jersey this weekend
Religious Leaders Using This Moment In History To Heal, Teach CongregantsCBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports on the messages faith leaders are sending to their congregations today, as pleas to end racial injustice still ring around the world.
People Of All Faiths Gather To Lift Spirits In East Orange, NJPeople of all faiths came together to pray in the parking lot of East Orange Campus High School on Wednesday.
New York State Begins Easing Restrictions For Houses Of Worship As Gradual Reopening ContinuesTimothy Cardinal Dolan outlined preparations Thursday for the reopening of 288 churches, upon the approval of health and state officials.
Coronavirus Update: Religious, Faith Leaders Use Technology For Worship At HomeFaith leaders around the Tri-State area are using technology to bridge the gap while places of worship are closed due to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Weddings, Religious Ceremonies Embracing Virtual ApproachCelebrating life isn’t stopping in the age of social distancing.
Coronavirus Update: Houses Of Worship See Rise In Online Services StreamsAs isolation due to coronavirus continues, more and more worshippers are watching services from the comfort of their home.
Coronavirus Update: COVID-19 Confirmed At Queens Church As Public Services Go OnlineA parishioner who has tested positive for COVID-19 was among those attending mass last weekend in a church in Queens, reinforcing the call for the faithful to stay clear of public services amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Man Claims Restaurant Asked Him To Leave For Wearing CrossAn Indiana man and his pastor are claiming that a local restaurant profiled them and threatened to throw the man out for wearing a cross in public.
Vatican Issues New Rules For Relics In Saint-Making ProcessThe Vatican announced detailed new guidelines that govern how body parts and cremated remains are to be obtained, transferred and protected for eventual veneration.
NY Rosh Hashanah/Yom Kippur Guide: Celebrating The High Holy DaysThe Jewish High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur fall within the last 2 weeks of September 2017. As New York City holds one of the largest Jewish population worldwide, there are numerous ways to celebrate for the very religious or not.