Imagine for a moment, what it would be like to pour a gallon of gasoline onto the floor of your home, and then drop a lit match. Can you see it? That’s what the past ...

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The Satanic Temple has a request for the City of Boston: fly our flag. The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that the City of Boston erred when it denied a request from activist Hal Shurtleff ...

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A federal lawsuit filed against the University of Idaho on April 25 claims that the university has violated the rights of free speech and religious freedom of three students by punishing them for expressing their ...

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Human rights activists hope that Ovalbek Turdakun, a Chinese national who was recently released from a detention camp in Xinjiang, will serve as a witness against alleged atrocities in the province of Xinjiang against the ...

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Christians around the world are marking Holy Week, which began April 10 with Palm Sunday to commemorate Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and which will culminate with the celebration of Easter next week. Some Orthodox ...

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When President Joe Biden signed the Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act at the close of March, Southern Baptist leaders voiced their support for the measure. With the President’s signature, lynching is now classified as a federal ...

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Pope Francis made a face-to-face apology to representatives of North American indigenous nations Friday after the tribal leaders traveled to the Vatican to discuss the Roman Catholic Church’s role in the boarding school system that ...

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The Episcopal Diocese of California has planned to use an empty nine-acre lot in the city of Brentwood to alleviate the local housing crisis while encouraging environmentalism. Rent has spiked across the country since COVID-19 ...

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A Christian group has the goal of planting 5,000 trees in Israel by the end of the year and has long-term plans to use future sabbatical years to plant up to 20,000 trees  — including ...

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Some Catholic priests in the Philippines are abandoning political neutrality in a presidential race that could see the son of the country’s former dictator elected. The way they are doing so is by wearing pink, ...

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On Monday, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) refused to review a discrimination case of a Seattle-based Christian Clinic. Union Gospel Mission was sued after refusing to hire Matthew Woods, a bisexual lawyer ...

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A priest driving in Mexico was recently surrounded by a gang of five men on motorcycles who circled his vehicle and struck his car, giving him an ominous warning: “We know who you are and ...

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