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UK party leader steps down, citing Christian faith

After facing backlash for his Christian faith, the head of the UK’s Liberal Democratic Party announced his resignation on Wednesday, claiming that leading the party was becoming incompatible with living his faith. “To be a political leader – especially of a progressive, liberal party in 2017 – and to live as a committed Christian, to

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Pope Francis to make historic visit to Anglican church in Rome

The church of All Saints will be twinned with the Catholic parish of Ognissanti, home to the titular church of Cardinal Walter Kasper, to make the occasion The Anglican church of All Saints in Rome will be ‘twinned’ with the Catholic parish of Ognissanti, in the south of the city, to mark Pope Francis’s visit

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St Peter’s Basilica to host Anglican Evensong for the first time

On March 13, Anglican choral Evensong will be celebrated in St Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican for the first time. Permission was granted by Cardinal Angelo Comastri, Archpriest of St Peter’s Basilica, during a recent meeting with Archbishop David Moxon, the director of the Anglican Centre in Rome. Archbishop Moxon will preside at the 3pm

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5 classic movies every Catholic teen should watch

Many movies include lessons to be learned, whether those lessons lead us to personal or societal enlightenment or force us to acknowledge some of the world’s harsher truths. We watch films as a means of entertainment and get to walk away with a lesson learned, but how many of us watch movies featuring Godly views?

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Dying man leaves amazing gift hidden in forest

The Celtic cross has been recognized as an emblem of Irish Christianity for centuries. Today, the symbol is visible from thousands of feet in the air, greeting passengers who fly into the City of Derry airport in County Londonderry, Ireland. More than 300 feet long and 200 feet wide, the cross is set on a

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Olympian who helped fallen competitor says God groomed her to love

An Olympic runner whose sportsmanship drew headlines this week says that her faith in God helps her to find joy in her sport. Abbey D’Agostino, who was raised in a Catholic family, spoke to Julia Hanlon’s “Running On Om” podcast, published November 18, 2015. She discussed her fears and anxieties about running, her injuries, and

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Christians must break down walls of fear and aggression, says Pope

Christians in Europe must break down “walls of fear and aggression” and try to understand people of other faiths and backgrounds, Pope Francis has said. In a video message on Saturday to participants at the “Together for Europe” gathering in Munich, the Pope insisted that “invisible walls” are being strengthened and dividing people from one

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Will the Government Shut Christianity Up?

Like many municipal governments, Oakland, California uses a closed e-mail system and several bulletin boards to carry out its business. The city’s employee groups also use the bulletin boards and e-mail system to promote their activities. In 2003, a group of African-American women working for Oakland organized the Good News Employee Association (GNEA), which they

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Fears grow among Christians in Nepal

Concern about security is growing following the bombing of three churches Fears are growing among Christians in Nepal about their future security, according to the charity Aid to the Church in Need. Concern about security is growing following the bombing of three Protestant churches last month which coincided with a vote on whether Nepal should

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