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Is T-Mobile waging war on prayer with its pricing rules?

T-Mobile bills itself as the “un-carrier” in its advertising campaigns, claiming that by avoiding hidden fees and service charges, it delivers more transparent and lower-cost pricing. For people who participate in conference calls for prayer using their T-Mobile account, however, that rule doesn’t seem to apply, as they’re currently being charged one cent for every










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As Benedict turns 90, a rare glimpse into his ‘joy’-filled life

In a lengthy interview with EWTN’s German television branch, Benedict XVI’s closest aide describes how the retired pontiff is doing as he turns the milestone age of 90, giving a rare look into what life is like for the Pope Emeritus. Archbishop Gänswein has been Benedict’s personal secretary since 2003, while the latter was still










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5 delicious and festive Easter desserts to wow at this year’s party

Easter is fast approaching and time is running out! What are YOU going to do to make the Easter festivities special this year? Every Easter families celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Part of the festivities include hiding pastel eggs, celebrating as friends and family and, of course, eating delicious food! Whether you’re looking for










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18 Amazing Things Woven Out of Palm Sunday Palms

This Sunday is Palm Sunday, the day Christians remember Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem the week before his passion, death, and resurrection. Palm Sunday, of course, means getting palms at church. And getting palms at church means weaving cool things! Here are 18 examples of some really cool things people have made. Maybe they can inspire










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Popes who were Africans

3. Pope Victor I Pope Victor I (died 199) was a bishop of Rome, and hence a pope, in the late second century. The dates of his tenure are uncertain, but one source states he became pope in 189 and gives the year of his death as 199. He was the first bishop of Rome born










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Top 8 Popes Who Died Violently

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08. Pope St Peter 13 October 64 A.D.   As the First Pope of the Universal Church, and incumbent leader of all Christians during the great persecution of the then Emperor Nero, Peter became the ire of the latter who despised Christians, blaming them for the Great Fire in Rome earlier. Nero ordered his arrest but










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List of Popes from Peter to Francis

Pope according to Wikipedia: The Pope (Latin: papa; from Greek: πάππας pappas, a child’s word for father) is the Bishop of Rome and the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church. The importance of the Roman bishop is largely derived from his role as the traditional successor to Saint Peter, to whom Jesus gave the keys










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Patron Saints for Chronic and Incurable Illnesses

Seeking the intercession of Saints has been a long standing tradition of the Church, we believe that these men, now glorified, possess a special place in the heart of God and since we are united with them in the One Body of Christ, we are affected by their prayers and life in God. We do










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