One leader at a Denver-area congregation said if the church doubles down on its anti-gay policies, she will meet with other inclusive churches to figure out their next steps.
Despite the armistice with the state, the specter remains that another complaint could be made.
The Supreme Court purposely left the big questions unresolved when it decided the Masterpiece case last summer. These three suits nationwide could answer them.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and Masterpiece Cakeshop baker Jack Phillips are dropping legal pursuits against each other.
Nadia Bolz-Weber's new book, "Shameless," explores how Christianity's teachings on sexuality and gender have harmed its followers.
A leader in Colorado’s archdiocese told CPR News last September that there had been no new allegations of sexual abuse on a minor in Colorado since 2002.
Anti-Discrimination Or Religious Freedom? The Masterpiece Question Is Back In Arizona, Colorado Courts
Because SCOTUS didn’t settle the looming question on whether the First Amendment guarantees of religious freedom are more important than a state or city’s anti-discrimination laws, similar cases are again simmering in lower courts.
The Colorado Springs March For Life prominently featured the city's Catholic community.
After Two White Colorado Women Unearthed The History Of Their Slave-Owning Ancestors, They Turned To Reparations
Reparations is the idea that white Americans owe a debt to black Americans to compensate for slavery, Jim Crow and institutionalized racism.
A former church treasurer compared members of Our Lady of Visitation Church to the Israelites wandering the desert. Parishioners say they feel lost without what they call their little pink church.