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Vatican Adjusts To New Pope With Humble Style

VATICAN CITY, March 14 (Reuters) – The Vatican, an age-old institution used to having almost everything done by the book, is bracing for the unscripted papacy. In less than 24

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Poll: Most Americans View Gay Marriage as Civil Rights Issue

A majority of Americans view same-sex marriage as a civil rights issue, according to a new poll by LifeWay Research. Most also believe its legalization in the United States is

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‘Preachers’ Daughters’ Cast Responds to Backlash From Show

“Preachers’ Daughters,” Lifetime network’s newest docu-drama, premiered on Tuesday with its fair share of critics, but the cast was more than prepared for naysayers to disagree with the show’s message. In the first


Google, Twitter, and Facebook Leaders Tell Christian Media to Embrace Tech Giants

NASHVILLE – Top leaders from Google, Twitter, and Facebook made it clear that it’s best that traditional media embrace the three Internet tech giants, they said while speaking at the


Record Number Of Americans Claim No Religious Affiliation: Report

The number os the highest it has ever been since data on the subject started being collected in the 1930s, new research has found. Sociologists from the University of California,

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Zambia: Dying On a Prayer – Preachers Tell Citizens to Stop Taking ARVs

A trend is emerging in southern Zambia of preachers claiming to be able to cure HIV/AIDS and telling followers to stop taking medication to prove their faith. Over the past

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Uganda: Do Not Rush Marriage Bill – Clerics

Religious leaders under their umbrella body, Uganda Inter Religious Council (UIRC), have called on Parliament to carry out more consultations on the controversial Marriage and Divorce Bill before it’s enacted


Ghana: 46.3 Percent of Ghanaians Are Illiterate – Anglican Bishop

Right Reverend Francis Benjamin Quashie says the lack of adequate access to education had left the country with an illiteracy rate of 46.3 percent and an army of semi-literate population