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National Catholic Reporter
Five things to look for during the papal visiteven those who disagree with him like and respect him. Second, Francis the pro
Five things to look for during the papal visit
National Catholic Reporter / Posted yesterday
even those who disagree with him like and respect him. Second, Francis the prophet. A prophet is someone who comforts the afflicted and afflicts the comfortable. He speaks truth to power. As archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina, he once told a... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
‘Become a Friend to a Vet’ seeks volunteerselse is requested that she knows. She also helps residents paint and even holds
‘Become a Friend to a Vet’ seeks volunteers
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 3 days ago
else is requested that she knows. She also helps residents paint and even holds the newspaper and flips the pages for those afflicted by ALS. Other volunteers share a similar connection to the veterans. Dave Lindermann and Mike Ryan, both of State... Read more
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The New Yorker
Inside the Salem Witch Trialsdid an army of devils look like? Imagine “vast regiments of cruel and bloody Fr
Inside the Salem Witch Trials
The New Yorker / Posted 3 days ago
did an army of devils look like? Imagine “vast regiments of cruel and bloody French dragoons,” Mather instructed his North Church parishioners, and they would understand. He routinely muddied the zoological waters: Indians comported themselves like... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Chamber Corner: Wesleyan, MxCC presidents building relationships with business communityfriend Albert Hamrah. Mary passed away in August 2011, and Albert has hosted a
Chamber Corner: Wesleyan, MxCC presidents building relationships with business community
The Middletown Press / Posted 6 days ago
friend Albert Hamrah. Mary passed away in August 2011, and Albert has hosted a Mass for her every year since at St. Mary’s Church in Middletown. It was another beautiful service led by Father Greg Galvin, and I know Albert appreciated the support... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Walk to End Alzheimer's quickly approachingto take the challenge and join this WALK as everyone has a reason to end Alzhei
Walk to End Alzheimer's quickly approaching
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 6 days ago
to take the challenge and join this WALK as everyone has a reason to end Alzheimer's. In Colorado more than 65,000 are afflicted with Alzheimer's. It is predicted that if no cure is found, over 140,000 Coloradoans will have the disease by 2025.... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Postcards from NormJuly 9, 2008 at Rogers Park in Danbury. Photo: Norm Cummings / Norm Cummings R
Postcards from Norm
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 9 days ago
July 9, 2008 at Rogers Park in Danbury. Photo: Norm Cummings / Norm Cummings Rev. Doug Bixby leaves Salem Covenant Church on Baldwin Hill in Washington after 15 years as its pastor, Aug 3, 2008 Photo: Norm Cummings / Norm Cummings New... Read more
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Valencia County News-Bulletin
Rededication of San Antonio Missionanoints the altar at San Antonio de Padua Catholic Mission in Abeytas during th
Rededication of San Antonio Mission
Valencia County News-Bulletin / Posted 9 days ago
anoints the altar at San Antonio de Padua Catholic Mission in Abeytas during the rededication of the 100-plus-year-old church. Renovations on the building were completed in time for the church’s annual fiestas this Sunday. After months of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Pastor Aribisala's Misguided Missile On Pastor Adeboye - RCCGin God's glory; so he asked his pastors to lay hands on these people. Under Ade
Pastor Aribisala's Misguided Missile On Pastor Adeboye - RCCG
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
in God's glory; so he asked his pastors to lay hands on these people. Under Adeboye's leadership, The Redeemed Christian Church of God established departments that care for the afflicted and the needy. At Christ Against Drug Abuse Ministry,... Read more
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Salon.com
Black America owes no forgiveness: How Christianity hinders racial justiceI can forgive anybody. God forgave us.” After Dylann Roof massacred nine black
Black America owes no forgiveness: How Christianity hinders racial justice
Salon.com / Posted 12 days ago
I can forgive anybody. God forgave us.” After Dylann Roof massacred nine black Americans in a Charleston, South Carolina church their families were asked to forgive the white racist terrorist. Rituals reinforce social norms, values, and beliefs.... Read more
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MLive.com
Michigan's 'Buffalo Doctor,' known for Wounded Knee mission, remembered for activism, characterSouth Dakota, was among his most notable, said his longtime friend, Pastor Dona
Michigan's 'Buffalo Doctor,' known for Wounded Knee mission, remembered for activism, character
MLive.com / Posted 12 days ago
South Dakota, was among his most notable, said his longtime friend, Pastor Donald Wood of Fruitport Congregational United Church of Christ. In 1973, American Indian activists seized the small community and held a 71-day protest and armed conflict... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Coming Up/ Aug. 20, 2015SUMMER CONCERT: St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church will present tenor Cory Ja
Coming Up/ Aug. 20, 2015
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
SUMMER CONCERT: St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church will present tenor Cory James Gallagher and poet Amy Gallagher for “A Musical-Poetic Journey,” an evening celebrating summer through song and poetry, at 7:30 p.m. Friday at 4737 Lakeshore Road,... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Homecoming For GracieAn emotional homecoming today for Grace Fisher, the Santa Barbara teenager affl
Homecoming For Gracie
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 17 days ago
An emotional homecoming today for Grace Fisher, the Santa Barbara teenager afflicted with acute flaccid myelitis, a paralyzing polio-like disease. Grace, also known as Gracie, is back home after undergoing 8 months of intensive rehabilitation at... Read more
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Christian Today
Morgan Freeman tragedy: Exorcism link to 'senseless' death of star's granddaughterwhat lay behind the assaults was the belief, prevalent in some African communit
Morgan Freeman tragedy: Exorcism link to 'senseless' death of star's granddaughter
Christian Today / Posted 18 days ago
what lay behind the assaults was the belief, prevalent in some African communities – and accepted in some Pentecostal-type churches in the UK – in "kindoki", witchcraft or demon-possession. We don't know what the background to the Manhattan attack... Read more
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Washington Post
Alternative nation’s last stand: Lollapalooza 1995, an oral historythe camaraderie. I love Americans in any circumstances, so for me, I was just h
Alternative nation’s last stand: Lollapalooza 1995, an oral history
Washington Post / Posted 21 days ago
the camaraderie. I love Americans in any circumstances, so for me, I was just having a ball. I left the tour because I was afflicted in the heat by the same condition the poor Duchess of Cambridge [Kate Middleton] had on both her pregnancies. Acute... Read more
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Boise Weekly
Mr. Cope's Cave: The Pariah President Who Was Right All Alongas a result of the Watergate scandal, I was damn disgusted with the whole polit
Mr. Cope's Cave: The Pariah President Who Was Right All Along
Boise Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
as a result of the Watergate scandal, I was damn disgusted with the whole political pisspot. I perked up some when Frank Church won a few primaries and looked like he might be the first local boy in the nation's history to be recognized as being... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Dear America: Please don't put Donald Trump in charge of the free worldwin the Repulican nomination. Don't vote for him to win the Presidential race.
Dear America: Please don't put Donald Trump in charge of the free world
Daily Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
win the Repulican nomination. Don't vote for him to win the Presidential race. Don't vote for him to win the X Factor or a church raffle or even Best Pony In Show. Every nation has its share of idiots, and I appreciate we've exported some to you.... Read more
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Irish Central
Rivalry between Pádraig Pearse and Douglas Hyde came to a head 100 years agoto promote the Irish language—a role he had held for twenty-two years. Douglas
Rivalry between Pádraig Pearse and Douglas Hyde came to a head 100 years ago
Irish Central / Posted 28 days ago
to promote the Irish language—a role he had held for twenty-two years. Douglas Hyde, the academic scholar, son of a Church of Ireland Rector, and later the first President of Ireland, was a leading figure in the Irish language revival of the... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
What might it mean to "enjoy" God?spin cloth. But I say to you that even Solomon in all his splendor wasn't dress
What might it mean to "enjoy" God?
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 30 days ago
spin cloth. But I say to you that even Solomon in all his splendor wasn't dressed like one of these." To which my PWE-afflicted brain would retort: "Of course the lilies don't work or spin clothing. They're lilies, for heaven's sake. But what... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Need to Weed Out Fake Churchesdeclaration of Zambia as a Christian Nation by second Republican President Fred
Need to Weed Out Fake Churches
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
declaration of Zambia as a Christian Nation by second Republican President Frederick Chiluba has led to the mushrooming of churches, as is the case with formation of political parties following the introduction of multi-party politics during his... Read more
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The Christian Post
The 4 Symptoms of Prayerlessnessto pray, not just to protect themselves and their families from evil attacks, b
The 4 Symptoms of Prayerlessness
The Christian Post / Posted 1 months ago
to pray, not just to protect themselves and their families from evil attacks, but also for the health and vitality of the church. Yet, when it comes to prayer, many Christians remain asleep at the wheel. A recent study shows that only 57 percent... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
John Conceison: Vittoria Colautti has passion for athletics, community serviceyear is the hardest, because few people understand what the cause is," said Can
John Conceison: Vittoria Colautti has passion for athletics, community service
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
year is the hardest, because few people understand what the cause is," said Canzano, who was inspired by his two sisters afflicted with Crohn's disease. "There are times you have to promote your cause." Proceeds from the race benefit the Crohn's... Read more

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