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  1. Luis Palau to Preach the Good News in Central Park, July 11Read the original story

    22 min ago | PRWeb

    Performances by top Christian music artists and celebrity testimonies will precede a message of hope, to be shared by international evangelist Luis Palau. The massive NY CityFest with Luis Palau event on July 11th...will be the first major Gospel campaign on the Great Lawn since Billy Graham's 1991 crusade and will include the participation of more than 1,500 local churches.

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  2. Engagement is preparation for lifelong marriage, Pope says at general audienceRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Catholic World News

    Continuing his catechesis on the family, Pope Francis devoted his May 27 general audience to engagement as a preparation for marriage. "Engagement is a time when couples come to know one another better in planning for the beautiful yet demanding enterprise of marriage," Pope Francis said, according to the Vatican's official English-language summary of his remarks that were read out at the conclusion of the audience.

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  3. Boko Haram raids Christian villageRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Catholic World News

    The Islamist terrorist organization Boko Haram attacked a predominantly Christian village in northeastern Nigeria on May 22 and, using machetes, murdered ten people. The victims were members of the Church of the Brethren, according to Morning Star News, which reports on the persecution of Christians.

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  4. Report: Christian villages liberated in northeastern SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Catholic World News

    Syrian government forces, aided by Assyrian and Kurdish militias, have regained control of 35 predominantly Christian villages in northeastern Syria, according to a report from the Assyrian International News Agency. The Islamic State, which took control of the area in February, destroyed most of the villages, according the report.

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  5. Signalman Publishing Announces Release of New Christian End-Times Novel Home, Sweet HeavenRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | 24-7 Press Release

    Signalman Publishing is pleased to announce the release in paperback as well as an ebook for the Amazon Kindle, the Barnes & Noble Nook, and the Apple iBookstore of the Christian prophecy-based novel "Home, Sweet Heaven: Joining the Family of God" by Arthur Perkins of Eatonville, Washington. In this fourth novel of the Buddy series, Perkins continues to chronicle the journey of Earl and Joyce Cook as they pick up their battered bodies from the street in Texas where they had been brutally assaulted and left for dead.

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  6. Ashley Westwood: I signed for Aston Villa without knowing how much...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    ASHLEY WESTWOOD: I signed for Aston Villa without knowing how much I'd earn... but I would have joined the club for nothing This, Ashley Westwood explains, is why he did not even ask how much he was being paid before signing his contract at Aston Villa. It was the opportunity to play in the Barclays Premier League.

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  7. Who are - the least of these'? Scholars say they may not be the poorRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Religion News Service

    Mother Teresa of Calcutta, shown with an Indian child, worked to help sick and homeless victims in the cyclone-ravaged Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. "In all these human tragedies, God is trying to teach us something.

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  8. Forget the numbers. The big story is that religion has lost social influence.Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Religion News Service

    The interior of St. Roch Church in the Staten Island borough of New York is seen between Sunday morning Masses on Nov. 2, 2014. The New York Archdiocese announced last fall that, as part of a massive consolidation and closing process involving dozens of churches, Masses and sacraments will no longer be available on a weekly basis at St. Roch Church.

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  9. Kathryn Lopez: The Powers of free speechRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

    I ran into Kirsten Powers briefly in Washington, D.C., the other day, and afterward I thought to myself: “I hope she knows she is a profile in courage.” “The more I got to know actual conservative and religious people, the harder it was to justify the stereotypes I had carelessly embraced,” Powers writes in her new book, “The Silencing: How the Left Is Killing Free Speech.” In her early days at Fox News, on which she is a frequent presence, the pundit recalls: “I can remember trying to convince a conservative ... that George Bush's nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court didn't really count as a female appointment because she was conservative and an evangelical Christian.” She writes: “Such a prejudiced view was only able to take root because of the lack of ideological, political, and religious diversity in my ... (more)

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  10. Overworked, Underpaid, and Cautious about ScienceRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Christianity Today

    Those are among the findings of the latest General Social Survey , an ongoing study of the American public conducted every year or two since 1972. Evangelicals feel nearly the same as the nation at large: 50.4 percent of all Americans told the GSS their income is insufficient.

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  11. Why preach humility, but then assume your religion is best? Ethics and Religion TalkRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | MLive.com

    "Harmony, humility, and love seem such primary components of the world's major religions, and yet, what does the panel counsel with respect to the religious elitism that's out there? By that, I mean a mentality like: has it all figured out and let me remind why the others have it all wrong." There is no doubt that the same religious systems which teach humility in the individual might think of themselves with a distinct lack of humility.

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  12. Sixties bands coming to the Canfield FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | WFMJ-TV Youngstown

    The fair board has released a partial schedule of grandstand entertainment for this summer's event that includes performance by members of the "Happy Together Tour 2015." An as yet to be announced contemporary country act will come to the Fair that evening.

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  13. Report: Islamic State destroys churches in northern SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Catholic World News

    Withdrawing from a region in northeastern Syria, forces of the Islamic State destroyed most of the churches in the villages they had occupied, according to a report from a Syrian news agency. "They dropped the church's crosses and crashed them all," a member of an Assyrian militia told ARA News.

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  14. India: Protestant minister jailed for - forced conversions'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Catholic World News

    A Pentecostal minister who baptized 16 persons in the east Indian state of Odisha has been jailed on "forced conversion" charges. "The ceremony took place only after obtaining 16 notarized affidavits in which the catechumens said they had embraced Christianity of their own free will," the president of the Global Council of Indian Christians told AsiaNews.

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  15. Massive cross being constructed in PakistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Catholic World News

    Parvez Henry Gill, a Pakistani Christian businessman, is paying for the construction of a 140-foot-high cross in Karachi, the nation's largest city, to encourage Christians to remain there despite persecution and discrimination. "Gill said his friends have expressed concern about his safety, urging him to frequently change his vehicles and travel routes," The Washington Post reported.

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  16. Pakistan: mob burns Christian homes after man charged with blaspheming Qu'ranRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Catholic World News

    Angry Muslims looted and burned the homes of Christians in Dhup Sarri Lahore, Pakistan, after a troubled young man was accused of blaspheming the Qu'ran. The violence began, the AsiaNews service reports, when rumors arose that a young man with a history of drug use and mental problems had burned papers on which verses of the Qu'ran were printed.

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  17. Online resources for 2 PeterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Examiner.com

    Second Peter gives readers a glimpse of the end of the world, not as a tragedy but as the beginning of something new and wonderful. Believers are urged to keep that end in mind as they live in the here and now, avoiding things that contaminate, growing in Christian virtues and relying on the promises of an ever faithful God.

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  18. Truth, Served Up with Kindness Kathryn Jean Lopez 9 hours ago I ran...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | National Review Online

    "The more I got to know actual conservative and religious people, the harder it was to justify the stereotypes I had carelessly embraced," Powers writes in her new book, The Silencing: How the Left Is Killing Free Speech . In her early days at Fox, she writes, "I can remember trying to convince a conservative there that George Bush's nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court didn't really count as a female appointment because she was conservative and an evangelical Christian."

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  19. We are living an ecumenism of blood,' Pope says in video to Phoenix unity celebrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Catholic World News

    Pope Francis sent a video message to the Celebration of Christian Unity, an event that took place on May 23 at the Phoenix Convention Center. The celebration was sponsored by the John 17 Movement, an organization founded by a Protestant pastor and whose leadership team includes a bishop, Catholic laymen, and evangelical Protestants.

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  20. New Xulon Memoir Shares Years as an Orphan, Tragedy, and MiraclesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PRWeb

    A child with limited knowledge of God nevertheless used what little faith he had to find his way to a life lived for Him. Paul F. Gordon's new book, The Borrowed Years , , is the testimony of how God took both the good and tragic events of a little boy's life and used them to mold him into a great preacher who would see lives changed by the thousands.

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