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Russia's Krishna population is estimated to be as high as as 250,000, said Jha of the Association of Indians of Russia.
Israelis are resilient in the face of rocket attacks, even tragic acts of violence.
Leah Remini is happy she can now enjoy alcohol when she likes after she quit the Church of Scientology last year.
The General Synod vote over women bishops comes after the legislation was derailed in November 2012 by just six votes cast by lay members The Church of England is being given a second chance to back the introduction of women bishops at a key meeting getting under way today.
THIS GREEK CHURCH IS AN ICON. IT WAS STRUGGLING WHEN THE PRIEST BEGAN SIPHONING MONEY FOR HIS PERSONAL USE.
Catholics are decrying a recent Louisiana Supreme Court decision that reaches into the most sanctified of church places, the confessional booth.
Diocese of San Bernardino officials at St Joseph's Catholic Church in Fontana say they are housing some immigrant families in this former convent.
The pastors blessed the Nov. 9 ceremony at Philadelphia's Arch Street United Methodist Church to show support for a colleague who faced church discipline for presiding over his gay son's wedding.
He entered New Orleans City Hall as a cool and confidant self-styled reformer, won fame there as a passionate, if profane, critic of the federal response to Hurricane Katrina and exited under suspicion.
A full funeral mass is set for Friday for a Roman Catholic priest convicted of killing a nun in northwest Ohio in 1980.
A former Orthodox priest and archbishop has been sentenced to eight months in jail for sexually assaulting an altar boy in Winnipeg during the 1980s.
Funeral for Rachel's son, Naftali Fraenkel, and his two friends. The religious violence in the "holy land" is letting the world know the "revealed"/hearsay religions have nothing of meaning and value to offer us.
At the very least, if Argentina advances to the World Cup finals, it could put millions of Catholics -- not to mention Vatican employees -- in a bit of a bind.
The case - which saw the recently delivered baby put under intensive care with major brain and skull deformity - has stirred wide debate in Polish media, raising questions about the boundaries of faith in public life in a country that is traditionally Catholic but increasingly becoming secular.
"And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another - and all the more as you see the Day approaching" for not joining together with fellow believers on a regular, weekly basis.
French prosecutors want activists who bared their breasts in Notre Dame Cathedral to pay thousands of euros in fines for damages.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 12:32 am
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