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Church of England Leaders begin supporting female bishops

A vote from church leaders has approved women for positions as bishops within the Church of England. This major change to church dogma is something that many people have rallied for.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Photo Essay: Samara, Russia Special

Samara - If you travel to Samara, southeast of Moscow and above Kazakhstan, you will find much beauty in historic old buildings, churches, and the Volga River.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 8 comments

Muslim mob torches Christian neighborhood in Pakistan Special

Lahore - After a Christian man was accused of blasphemy, a mob of angry Muslims attacked a Christian neighborhood in Lahore, Pakistan on Friday and Saturday. Families fled for their lives, and 175 homes, 18 businesses, and 2 churches were torched.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 14 comments

Photo Essay: Notable churches across America Special

The five churches highlighted here have distinctive features, including historical significance, unique architectural designs, and stories of miracles.
Digital Journal Report by Kay Mathews - 8 comments

IRS sued for letting churches violate electioneering rules

The Freedom From Religion Foundation has filed a suit against the IRS for allowing churches to take out political ads, which violates the rules governing tax-exempt organizations.
In the Media by Sean Fraser - 2 comments

Churches ignore tax law for 'Pulpit Freedom Sunday'

Over 1300 churches chose to ignore tax law preventing any church that receives tax exempt status from intervening in political campaigns. Advocates for separation of church and state demand their status be revoked.
In the Media by Bill Lewis - 4 comments

Images of indigenous Nigerian churches — Christianity in Africa Special

Ibadan - Statistics show that the Christian population in Africa is experiencing the fastest growth rate in the world. It is projected to grow from 400 million to 600 million by 2025. However, most of the growth is powered by explosion of indigenous churches.
Digital Journal Report by JohnThomas Didymus

Israeli researchers attach world's smallest GPS on fruit bats

Jerusalem - Scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have attached the world's smallest GPS on Egyptian fruit bats to conduct the first-ever comprehensive study in order to understand mammal navigation.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

UK Home Secretary promises equal marriage for same-sex couples

Britain's Tory Home Secretary Theresa May has promised government action on legalising formal marriage for gay couples. Straight couples, she says, will also be able to choose civil partnerships.
In the Media by Andrew John

Haiti missionary arrests a wake-up call for churches

When 10 American missionaries were arrested on child trafficking charges in Haiti in late January, churches paid attention.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Welcome to Montreal, Canada's European summer getaway Special

In the summer, Montreal comes alive. Infused with a European flair due to its French-Canadian heritage, Montreal's diverse neighbourhoods shine with their own energy. It's a destination full of stunning graffiti, street festivals and, of course, poutine.
Digital Journal Report by David Silverberg - 9 comments

California wildfire survivors give thanks

More than 2,000 homes have been destroyed in California due to the wildfires. But on this Sunday some took the time to attend a church service to worship and to thank God for their lives.
In the Media by Cynthia Trowbridge - 8 comments

ATMs Now In Churches

Okally Dokally. Now Ned Flanders can pay the chiurch more conveniently and has a receipt for his charitable donation. But it seems like overkill. Are there not enough of them around already?
In the Media by RobotGod - 1 comment

Possibly the Oldest Church in North America?

What could possibly be North America's oldest church, may be beneath a small town in Newfoundland. If this is true, then this is the remains of the only medieval church in North America.
In the Media by Debra Myers - 5 comments

Fleecing the Flock

It's called Affinity Fraud and it's growing across North America because it's so successful. It's astounding these conmen pose as ministers, etc. and church members are reluctant to take them to court...
In the Media by Sheba - 11 comments

Pair Arrested For Allegedly Robbing Churches, Burning One To The Ground

A couple was arrested for robbing and burning churches in Lousianna.
In the Media by Brandigal (Donna) - 1 comment

Churches Take Turns Praying for city 24 hours a day, for entire year

Members are taking turns praying 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
In the Media by malan - 1 comment

Rich Pastors, Broke Church

Are pastors preaching to or fleecing the church. Even Time Magazine wanted to know if God wants everybody rich.
In the Media by daretodream

'Mega Churches' Bring In Huge Congregations

WASHINGTON (voa) - The United States is a big country, and Americans seem to reflect that in the way they approach their lives. Whether it's a cinema complex that houses a dozen different movie theaters, or a sport utility vehicle that seats eight and ...
In the Media by Maura Jane Farrelly

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Historic Kingston Presbyterian Church  built in 1858.
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