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  1. St. Ignatius of AntiochRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 16 |

    Also called Theophorus ; born in Syria, around the year 50; died at Rome between 98 and 117. More than one of the earliest ecclesiastical writers have given credence, though apparently without good reason, to the legend that Ignatius was the child whom the Savior took up in His arms, as described in Mark, ix, 35. It is also believed, and with great probability, that, with his friend Polycarp, he was among the auditors of the Apostle St. John.


  2. In defense of the religious rightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 12 | Jackson Hole News And Guide

    I rise to offer a defense - not a full-throated defense, more of a limited one - of the beleaguered, battered, all-but-broken religious right. For the last two weeks we've watched various paladins of traditional values twist and squirm as they try to square their Christian conservatism with Donald Trump's sexual attitudes and conduct.


  3. Stone Circles: AveburyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 16 | BellaOnline

    Stone circles are found throughout Britain and Europe and are thought by many Pagans to mark key Earth Energy points where the environmental Chi/Orgone energy is focussed. Places such as Stonehenge are the focus of celebrations at the major festivals of the year due to the beliefs of many modern Pagans about how these structures connect with their practices.


  4. Who wants a country chosen by God in our times?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 16 | Daily Monitor

    Uganda's still unpunished sins in the DR Congo and that octopus syndrome at home have left Mr Museveni with silence Many people living in functioning democracies and watching Uganda probably wonder how celebrating independence gets to be so centred around one figure, and how the fate of a 54-year-old nation remains so dependent on the desires of one man. Virtually all the congratulatory messages that appeared in our newspapers on the 54th Independence anniversary, October 9, had a common feature; a picture of President Museveni smiling.


  5. The Bible and Citizenship in the Upcoming ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 15 | American Thinker

    If America began consistently applying Biblical ethics to its politicians, even some of our most revered leaders could never be president. Once we begin applying biblical moral standards to determine our candidate we can't limit it to one or two ethical commands.


  6. David Brooks: The beauty of big booksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 15 | St. Petersburg Times

    Not long ago, an astonishing book landed on my desk. It's called Confessions of a Born-Again Pagan and it weighs in at an impressive 1,076 pages.


  7. My View: The moral case for Donald TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 15 | Deseret News

    I'm a Mormon woman supporting a moral outcome on Election Day. I don't condone sexual exploitation of anyone, and I believe Trump is the moral choice.


  8. An archaeology lesson for UNESCORead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 15 | The Times of Israel

    Zachi Dvira is an archaeologist and co-directs the Temple Mount Sifting Project with Gabriel Barkay. Dvira is also active The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization Thursday adopted a biased and political resolution that disregards Judaism's historic connection to the Temple Mount, casts doubts regarding the Jewish connection to the Western Wall, and protests against the Israel Antiquities Authority's attempts to supervise construction work on and around the Temple Mount in order to preserve the antiquities and other archaeological data.


  9. We Asked Real Witches About Hocus Pocus, and They Have Some ThoughtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 14 | Lucky

    Every year around this time, we dust off our favorite movies about witches and indulge in a little spooky fun . From humorous fare like Hocus Pocus to scarier flicks like The Blair Witch Project , these movies and TV shows run the gamut-which is great news for people who hate horror films but want something Halloween-adjacent.


  10. Aga Khan Museum exhibit explores Syria's diverse culturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 14 | The Globe and Mail

    The West tends to see modern-day Syria through a dark prism - a land of unending violence and hopelessness, of human and architectural destruction, of sectarian bloodletting and desperate refugees, a site of U.S. passivity and Russian interventionism, a country where names of cities such as Aleppo and Homs have become synonyms for suffering. There is another Syria, however.


  11. #10: DanzigRead the original story

    Friday Oct 14 | WHTQ-FM Orlando

    Shipping to a APO/FPO/DPO? Please add the address to your address book. Make sure you include the unit and box numbers .


  12. Old Night BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 14 | Counterpunch

    The great contemporary Muslim scholar Faisal Devji notes that the puzzled Western reaction to photos of Taliban warriors flanked by plastic flowers and Alpine backdrops is rather absurd, given our centuries of highly weird manger scenes with Savior and clan planted in snowdrift, frost, and ice. Under this ridiculous climate change in old Jerusalem lurks the old, dark Christmas.


  13. Wea re Christians Because Wea re Bigots, not BelieversRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 13 | National Review Online

    I must confess that I don't understand Megyn Kelly's takedown of what she implies is anti-Christian bigotry in Hillary Clinton's inner circle. I think they're on to something.


  14. Faith Today: We can choose a different wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Happy Thanksgiving. Last Sunday morning friends and family filled a section of our church with a beautiful bounty from the fall harvest: giant pumpkins, various gourds, vegetables and canning.


  15. US and UN versus Israel - and Russia? Tuvia BrodieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    The New York Times wants US President Barack Obama to go to the UN to push for peace between Arab and Jew . It fears that time is running out.


  16. Pagan practices in Nova Scotia the focus of Kings Historical Society talkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | Nova News Now

    Although some might think there isn't anything contemporary about the subject, there are many pagan traditions being practiced today in Nova Scotia. The Kings Historical Society is presenting a panel talk and question period with members of the Earth Spirit Society of Nova Scotia at the Kings County Museum in Kentville Oct. 21. Directly and through its open committee, Pagan Presence, the Earth Spirit Society participates in inter-faith celebrations.


  17. Halloween Recipes 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | I4U Future Technology News

    It is just a couple of weeks till Halloween. So all you creatures of the night can start planning the most haunted of house parties.


  18. Corpse Party: Back To School Edition - School Is Now Scarier Than EverRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 12 | General News

    Corpse Party is now coming to you on the 3DS, and you better be ready for it! This cult hit horror adventure allows players to take control of a group of Japanese high school students who end up partaking in a pagan ritual, transporting them to another space. Within this space, they are thrown into a long-since demolished school building where a series of murders occurred.


  19. Little dinosaur, belemnites, dukes in Pomeranian State MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 12 | Dear Kitty

    There, the fossil, discovered in 1963, of Emausaurus ernstii . An ornithischian young dinosaur well, by now about 190 million years old, so from the early Jurassic .


  20. A satirical a history of the Jewish people' released by the Israeli...Read the original story

    Friday Oct 7 | The Washington Post

    Israel's Foreign Ministry made a little video entitled "Welcome to the home of the Jewish people." It stars the characters Jacob and Rachel, a nice Jewish couple, living in a modern suburban-style house called the "Land of Israel," which is invaded by Assyrians, Greeks, Arabs, Crusaders, the British and others.