The pontiff did not weigh in on if Dez caught the ball during the 2015 playoff game against the Green Bay Packers (but come on, it was a catch).
What are “sincerely held religious beliefs?” Nobody really knows.
An Austin church remakes Catholicism without the Pope, celibate priests, or most of the other rules.
Paxton defends questioning Muslim prayer room on "Fox and Friends."
A view from Muslim Capitol Day in turbulent times.
In Oldham County, off U.S. 385.
A pastor at a Corpus Christi church is on a mission to build “the largest cross in the Western Hemisphere.”
Evangelist Lester Roloff drew a line in the dirt to keep the State of Texas from regulating his Rebekah Home for Girls. Years later, then-govenor George W. Bush handed Roloff's disciples a long-sought victory. But this Alamo had no heroes—only victims.
The country’s largest group of Muslims live in Texas, yet many of them don’t feel welcome here. A few young and progressive leaders—like Irving imam Omar Suleiman—are working to change that.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation demands their removal citing the First Amendment, but do the signs really make non-believers feel unwelcome?