Pulitzer-prize winning writer Gary Wills casts a critical eye on a vocation he once strongly considered: the Catholic priesthood.
A new translation of the Bible is best-seller in Norway, one of Europe's least religious countries, surpassing "Fifty Shades of Grey."
Religious author Karen Armstrong recalls her experience becoming a nun at age 17.
Michael D'Antonio's new book "Mortal Sins" chronicles the history of Catholic scandal.
An early look at books by and about Pope Francis, including: "Pope Francis: In His Own Words" and "Pope Francis: From the End of the Earth to Rome".
Studies suggest religiosity and church attendance can help lower blood pressure and promote longevity. "When God Talks Back" author T. M. Luhrmann covers the story.
An interview with "The Idolatry of God" author Peter Rollins, who compares Christianity and the church to a vending machine, clergy to salespeople and worship to jingles.