A report from the Anti-Defamation League noted 65 instances in Washington and a 36% increase nationwide.
On the first anniversary of Russia's invasion, dozens gathered at St. John’s Episcopal Church to honor the lives lost.
Thousands gathered on Sunday to mark the two-day Ethiopian Orthodox holiday after two years of the pandemic and the Tigray war.
Washington is one of a handful of states that exempt clergy from reporting suspected abuse. Some lawmakers are trying to change that.
On the rainy bank of the Pilchuck River in Snohomish, a growing St. Thomas Orthodox Church celebrated the Holy Trinity and the baptism of Jesus.
Families from Ukraine and Afghanistan celebrate the season with communities they have found in Wenatchee.
St. James's nine-day Advent Mass draws hundreds from all over Western Washington.
After a pandemic hiatus, the Day of the Dead event returned to Seattle's El Centro de la Raza.
The Williams Project showcases the celebrated author’s 1954 play on a local stage for the first time, with live gospel music and questions of compassion.
People gathered on Monday night — some for the first time since 2019 — to celebrate the Hindu Festival of Lights.
Since 2003, there has been bipartisan support among legislators to patch the state's mandatory-reporter law exemption.
Washington's mandatory-reporter law, which has exempted clergy members since 1975, enabled the crimes for decades.
If a proposal passes today, a workgroup of government agencies and local nonprofits could move to address underreporting as soon as November.
When hospitals merge with religious institutions, it weakens Washington's capacity to provide abortion care. What will that mean after Roe v. Wade?
Here's how she is approaching a new beat at Crosscut covering different communities around the state.
As we debate the Supreme Court nominee, let’s remember: Many LGBTQ people are religious, and many religions have affirmed their rights.