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  1. Former church buildings in Pittsburgh region find new lifeRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Washington Times

    ... wave, in 1992, Philip Pelusi bought a church that was vacated in the 1960s. The former St. George Serbian Orthodox Church on the South Side had all the qualities he was looking for in creating The S.P.A.C.E. - Space for Photography and Creative ...


  2. GoLocalWorcester | News | Worcester Nurse Charged with Stealing DrugsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Go Local

    Federal Authorities announced that a charge against a registered nurse was unsealed this week in U.S. District Court in Worcester in connection with her stealing painkiller from the nursing home where she worked. Lea Roberge of Worcester, attempted to cover her crime by replacing the medication with saline.


  3. The Coptic Pope goes to JerusalemRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Weekly Standard

    ... that Jews were responsible for killing Christ. And then perceived Israeli bias towards the Ethiopian Orthodox church in the dispute with the Coptic church over the Deir El Sultan Monastery further complicated matters. For thirty plus years, Pope ...


  4. Jewish WorldFrom Montreal to Jerusalem for a one of a kind weddingRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    Rabbi Mark Fishman of Congregation Beth Tikvah in Montreal, who brought members of his community to the Litman wedding, spoke to Arutz Sheva live from the wedding itself. Rabbi Fishman delivered a powerful sermon on Saturday morning, and told his congregants the he intended to answer the call of Sarah Tichiya Litman to come to Israel and dance at her wedding.


  5. Greek Orthodox Church to bless animalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Augustine Record

    ... happiness and who have adorned our lives and our earth. Father George Ioannou, pastor of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in St. Augustine and Shrine Chaplain will pray the ancient Christian blessing prayer over the animals brought to the Shrine ...


  6. Mounting Incitement and DenialRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs Council

    There is a sense of trepidation walking into the guard station at the foot of the Mughrabi Bridge, the non-Muslim entrance to the Temple Mount. Having lived in and around Jerusalem for most of the past 20 years, there aren't many parts of the city I haven't seen.


  7. From rocker to missionary: The life and times of Reverend AdamopouloRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ABC News

    Reverend Themi Adamopoulo says his Damascene conversion from rocker to missionary in Ebola-stricken Sierra Leone was partly inspired by Mother Teresa. But perhaps the least likely career change from the music industry was made by Reverend Adams, the bassist of Melbourne's 1960s Mod sensation The Flies.


  8. Egypt's Coptic pope breaks travel ban, visits IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The New Zealand Herald

    " Egypt's state MENA news agency says the leader of Egypt's Coptic Orthodox Church has traveled to Israel in the first visit of its kind in decades. Pope Tawadros II's Thursday trip to Jerusalem came despite a ban on pilgrimages to Israel issued by his predecessor, the late Shenouda III, who opposed the normalization of ties between the two countries.


  9. a Chief Rabbi Of Brussels Warns Of - No Future For Jews In Europe'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Breitbart.com

    Following the Paris terror attacks and the recent Belgian lockdown , the Chief Rabbi of Brussels , has said his country's 30-40,000 Jews are living in fear and that there is "no future" for them in Europe. Chief Rabbi Albert Guigui was talking with an Israeli radio station after synagogues across Brussels were closed on Shabbat for the first time since the Second World War during the four day city-wide terror lockdown, reports Jewish News .


  10. Needed: Revolutionary struggleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Jerusalem Post

    A Jewish settler holds his son on a vineyard belonging to the Jewish settlement of Mitzpe Kramim east of the West Bank city of Ramallah. I've grown tired of reading learned analyses of Palestinian terrorism, and how Israel can't do much to halt the current "stabbing intifada" nor negotiate towards a more stable reality.


  11. Egypt's Coptic pope in rare visit to JerusalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | India.com

    ... visited Israel over the past few years during Easter. Shenouda passed away in 2012 after leading the ancient orthodox church for 40 years. "The visit is to attend the funeral and nothing more," a spokesman for the church in Egypt, Boulos Halim, told ...


  12. Orthodox women rabbis - who cares?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Jerusalem Post

    Rabbi Herzl Hefter with Rabbi Rachel Berkowitz and Rabbi Meesh Hammer-Kosoy at ordination ceremony in Jerusalem Jewish social media has been bent all out of sorts these past few weeks after the Rabbinical Council of America, one of Modern Orthodoxy's key umbrella organizations, passed a contentious resolution prohibiting its member congregations from employing Orthodox Jewish women if they've been ordained with the titles Rabbi, Rabba or Maharat.


  13. Christianity's Palestinian plot to destroy Judaism and IsraelRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Jerusalem Post

    In recent decades, the quest to revive Jesus' Jewish identity has yielded many excellent books and articles. Geza Vermes, Robert Eisenman, E.P Sanders, James Tabor, R. T. Herford, George Foot Moor and Hyam Maccoby are among those who have highlighted Jesus' Jewish heritage and teachings.


  14. A crack in the wall of trustRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    ... standard bearers of civilizations - the Ottomans as the seat of Islam, the Russians as the champions of the Orthodox Church and the redeemers, even, of the legacy of the ancient Byzantines. That is why Russia's recent intervention in Syrian crisis ...


  15. Why Greeks are exhuming their parentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Today.Az

    ... rather than burial. In 2006 a law was passed allowing for crematoria to be built in Greece but the powerful Orthodox Church is vigorously opposed, and nearly 10 years later the country still does not have one. The church teaches that a body must be ...


  16. Egyptian Coptic pope pays historic visit to JerusalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Al Jazeera

    Tawadros II becomes first head of Coptic Church to visit city since Israel's 1967 occupation to attend bishop's funeral. Pope Tawadros II, the patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, is greeted by members of St Mary Coptic Orthodox Church [James Quigg/AP] Pope Tawadros II has arrived in Jerusalem in a historic visit that marks the first time that a head of the Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Church has visited the city since Israel's occupation of East Jerusalem in 1967.


  17. Egyptian Pope travels to Jerusalem, Coptic pilgrimages still bannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Al Bawaba

    Pope Tawadros II, the leader of Egypt's Coptic Orthodox Christian Church, during his enthronement ceremony at Saint Mark's Coptic Cathedral in Cairo. Head of the Coptic Orthodox Church Pope Tawadros II made an "exceptional" trip on Thursday to Jerusalem to head the funeral prayer for Metropolitan Archbishop of Jerusalem and the Near East Bishop Abraham.


  18. Middle East, 1:01 PMEgypt's Coptic Pope makes historic visit to IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    ... from the anti-Israel sentiments of most Egyptians. Shenouda passed away in 2012 after leading the ancient orthodox church for 40 years. His successor Tawadros II has been seen as somewhat more willing to assert himself and the Coptic community in ...


  19. Ar Archives: 2001 Trove of Cia Documents Told of Soviet WeaknessRead the original story

    Wednesday | American Reporter

    WASHINGTON, March 16-18, 2001 -- Editor's Note : At the turn of the century, a batch of recently declassified analyses by the Central Intelligence Agency offered new insight into U.S. intelligence during the Cold War. The papers covered the Soviet Union's military capabilities and social, economic, political, and foreign policy issues, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty correspondent Andrew F. Tully told The American Reporter.


  20. Worcester nurse charged in morphine theft from nursing homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    A Worcester nurse has been charged in U.S. District Court with stealing morphine from the nursing home where she once worked, federal officials said. Lea Roberge, 32, of Worcester, was charged this week with tampering with a consumer product, morphine, after a months-long investigation into missing morphine at Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.