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When the U.S. Senate voted Nov. 30 to pass legislation that protects same-sex marriages, the bill had an unlikely backer — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The church had previously endorsed the bill, and that backing was discussed when senators tried to introduce amendments concerning the rights of religious institutions that

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Several churches conduct their masses entirely in Latin, an ancient Catholic form of worship that appeals to those who are socially conservative as well as traditionalists. This practice has been discouraged by Pope Francis on several occasions, and for his detractors, it has been a reason to revive it. The “extraordinary form,” another name for

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Ryan Foley, a reporter for the Christian Post, writes that many pastors have grown concerned over the view that an increasing number of Christians identify more with their political views than their faith. Most pastors thinking about stepping away cite this focus on politics as a reason for their disillusion with the ministry. Divided congregations

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Members of a Missouri church decided to anticipate its final closure and reinvented themselves by investing in a café. Community Covenant Church in Kirkwood had the same problem as most: they had a shoestring budget and small weekly attendance. Then, two years before its final closure, they decided to sell the building and wait for

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Elon Musk has decided that he won’t be reinstating a US-based conspiracy theorist’s Twitter account and he used a verse from the Bible to justify his decision. After Musk took control of Twitter, the social media platform reinstated the accounts of infamous personalities like Donald Trump and Kanye (Ye) West. As a result, he was

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According to a new law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy of New Jersey, houses of worship in the state are required to have security plans in order to counteract attacks or mass shootings. Apart from place of worship with room for over 500 people, entertainment facilities housing over 5,000 people, and movie theatres with a

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After the Cavalry Cemetery in Rochester Minnesota was vandalized with satanic and vulgar graffiti on Halloween night, the cemetery has been reconsecrated by Bishop Robert Barron of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester. The vandals had covered the cemetery’s five memorial walls with brown and blue graffiti and also vandalized a cross, a statue of Christ, and

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David Morrill of Protestia writes about Christian online celebrities, especially YouTubers. These influencers have been growing in popularity and the author questions whether that is always a positive thing. While many channels are helpful, many are more concerned with popularity. Successful YouTube channels can reach hundreds of thousands of subscribers with millions of views. More

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The Rescate Church is Alaska’s sole Hispanic Southern Baptist Church and it has witnessed spiritual fruit in the past few years. The members of the church are planning to grow their ministry by increasing the number of Hispanic churches throughout Alaska. The church’s pastor, Mario Morales, is the only Spanish-speaking person at his work place,

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According to the findings of a study conducted by Dr. Josh Packard from the Springtide Research Institute, those who have faith in God and engage in praying, have a better chance of flourishing in relation to mental health and happiness. The study included respondents in the age group 13-25. Packard points out that those who

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Mike Allen of Axios writes that Florida governor Ron DeSantis strongly focused on religion in his recent campaign for reelection. He notably invokes the name of God 10 times in one minute-and-a-half political ad aimed at driving Florida’s extensive Christian population to the polls. The ad drew scrutiny from across the Internet for several reasons.

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The so-called Troubled Teen Industry has come under increased scrutiny as young people have started speaking out against traumatic experiences at camps that are often called “youth treatment” facilities. Mallory Challis of Baptist News Global writes that many facilities claim to be non-religious, though former clients of such facilities remember the use of emphasis on

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