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Top News: Religion

The Dalai Lama not allowed to meet Pope Francis, was told 'No'

The Dalai Lama requested to meet Pope Francis but was refused the right to meet with him. The Dalai Lama was in Rome on Thursday for a Nobel Peace Prize winners' conference.

Pope Francis declares that animals go to heaven

Rome - Pope Francis declared recently in his regular weekly address at St. Peter's Square that animals go to heaven. He made the statement while trying to comfort a boy who was upset about the death of his pet dog.

Alabama church to hold service in Buffalo Wild Wings

Hoover - An Alabama church is hoping that its members will go along with an unorthodox new weekly service — held within Buffalo Wild Wings.

Osho's 'New Dimensions of Yoga' looks at yoga as a science

Penguin publishers has released the latest of Osho's books, titled "New Dimensions of Yoga," which looks at yoga as a science of well-being rather than a belief system.

South India celebrates Karthika Deepam festival

South Indians in the states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh celebrated the Karthika Deepam festival on December 5, which will extend over three days to December 7.

Florida gives Satanists right to erect 'Angel in Hellfire' scene

Miami - In 2013, Florida passed a law which gave equal representation to Christians, Jews, secular humanists, atheists, and Pastafarians, thus allowing them to construct testaments to their own faith (or lack thereof) on the grounds of the state Capitol.

Utah family tells their three kids — 'No presents this year'

Hurricane - One Utah family's decision to cancel Christmas gift-giving for their three children has raised eyebrows across the nation. The decision has also sparked a conversation across the Internet on the subject of parenting and entitlement.

Arizona pastor Steven Anderson: Cure AIDS by 'executing homos'

Tempe - The pastor of a Phoenix-area baptist church is raising eyebrows and ire by asserting "we can have an AIDS-free world by Christmas" if gay people are "executed" as commanded by the Bible.

Wife expecting 'resurrection' kept husband's corpse 6 months

Hamilton - A Canadian woman kept her dead husband's body rotting in their home's upstairs bedroom for six months because she believed he would rise from the dead, a court head Monday.

Alternate pilgrimage route to Mount Kailash to be ready by 2015

Indian pilgrims will be able to travel to Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar in Tibet through a new route in Nathula in the Indian state of Sikkim from 2015.

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