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  1. What Goes AroundRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 18 | Longrider

    An Irish Catholic priest has called for Christians to stop using the word Christmas because it has been hijacked by "Santa and reindeer". Well, given that the church hijacked both festivals from the indigenous pagans, they never did.


  2. Guest Columnist: Antonio Solis GomezRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | La Bloga

    Editor's Note: See Antonio Solis Gomez' biography at the end of this column. All Souls Procession In Tucson 2017 Antonio Solis Gomez Mexicans have always had a fascination with death, with the ghosts of those departed, never shy about talking openly on the subject, nor recounting visits from those gone to the other side and keeping the tradition alive of the velorio, the night vigil where friends and relatives gather in the mortuary parking lot to drink and swap stories of the deceased, their closest relatives returning home to insert a photograph of him or her in their family altar or later at the time of All Souls Day creating a special altar with an offering of food and flowers.


  3. Exorcist describes extorting demons from the possessedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The New Zealand Herald

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  4. 'it's Like a Horror Movie': My night at real-world exorcismRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 |

    AN AUSTRALIAN exorcist invited to observe a live exorcism on a woman who believed she was possessed by demons. Here's what happened.


  5. 'Runaways': A Rundown of the New Marvel Heroes Hitting HuluRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Hollywood Reporter

    These are the simplest ways to describe the six young individuals at the heart of Marvel's Runaways , the brand new superhero drama hitting Hulu on November 21, from The O.C. and Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage - but simple doesn't cut it when it comes to defining these new teenage heroes. Based on the comic books of the same name created by Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona, Runaways tells the story of six kids forced to band together in light of a terrible realization.


  6. Supporting unity in the worldRead the original story

    Friday Nov 17 | Christian Science Monitor

    A Christian Science perspective: Tense or hostile situations can be resolved as we turn to God as the Parent that guides and dearly loves His children. Whether we're looking at local, national, or international news, it's obvious that there is a heightened sense of division in the world.


  7. Benevento are on the brink of breaking 87-year loss recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Daily Mail

    'I felt like killing myself so many times': Adebayor reveals he was left suicidal by his 'manipulative' family over demands for cash from millionaire REVEALED: From team-bonding meals to Pep's pep talks with staff, cryotherapy chambers to creative chefs ... the City secrets behind Guardiola's bid to be No 1 Inside the Ronaldo v Ramos row rocking Real Madrid: Like two roosters in the same barn, they have a history of ruffling each other's feathers BAD NEWS: Pulis admits defeats he could be just TWO games from sack... REALLY BAD NEWS: West Brom have Chelsea and Tottenham up next! MARTIN SAMUEL: Bale was once the perfect answer to problems of top Premier League clubs... now he appears an exceedingly expensive risk Spot the difference: Guardiola celebrates winning back-to-back manager of the month awards by posing with his team of coaches again... but who else was invited to join the photo ... (more)


  8. Music's jubilee: Celebrating St. CeciliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    One glances at our city's usually vibrant concert calendar and notes that this coming Wednesday, Nov. 22, is barren. It is understandable; since it is the eve of Thanksgiving, everyone who is not traveling will be standing in line at the grocery store or prepping the green bean casserole or madly ironing a tablecloth.


  9. The Danger of Knowing You're on the 'Right Side of History'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | New York Magazine

    I have to say I was deeply moved by the New York Times op-ed yesterday by an evangelical law professor from Alabama. The piece, by the wonderfully named William S. Brewbaker III, moved me because it was the first genuinely Christian thing I've heard an evangelical say about the Roy Moore scandal.


  10. The remarkable rise of rugby in Georgia, where players bleed for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | IcNetwork

    Now they're the fastest-growing force in world rugby History will be made at the Principality Stadium tomorrow when Georgia play Wales in a rugby international for the very first time. The former Soviet state have been a growing force in the sport over the past decade and they are now pushing hard for inclusion in the Six Nations.


  11. Stephen Mansfield: Why So Many Conservative Christians Wanted a - Pagan Brawler' in the White HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2017 | Christianity Today

    Many are still asking how Donald Trump became president, and what part evangelical Christians played in making that happen. Stephen Mansfield, author of bestselling books about the religious faith of recent American presidents, believes that faith matters in the story of President Trump as well.


  12. How a Supreme Court decision could halt prayer at SC public meetingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | The Island Packet

    S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson is hoping the Supreme Court will protect local governments' right to open public meetings with a prayer. Wilson has signed South Carolina up to fight a federal case that has challenged a North Carolina county's practice of opening meetings with a sectarian prayer.


  13. 'Call Me By Your Name' review: Armie Hammer falls in lustRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | The Jersey Journal

    With his love of lush color photography, sun-dappled landscapes and pretty rich people in even prettier, richer surroundings, the Italian director Luca Guadagnino can feel like a throwback to an earlier age of artists. And he is.


  14. Siege mentality made Moore, Trump possibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 |

    President Donald Trump speaks at the Faith and Freedom Coalitions Road to Majority conference in Washington last summer. A sense of victimhood has allowed evangelical Christians to abandon principles to support Trump.


  15. Neighborhood Joint: The Old School of the New AgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | The New York Times

    Between rush-hour traffic and crowds from the nearby sports bar, passers-by could miss Quest Bookshop, a plain storefront set back from the street and wedged next to a Chinese restaurant in East Midtown. Helena Miel, a middle-aged woman from New Jersey with bangles on her arms, came to Quest for a pair of protective candles.


  16. Halloween Fast FactsRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 15 | WICU12 Erie

    Here is some spooky background information about Halloween, celebrated annually in the United States on October 31. In 2018, Halloween is on a Wednesday. Halloween comes from an ancient pagan festival celebrated by Celtic people over 2,000 years ago called Samhain .


  17. Marriage has evolved since the dawn of timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | The Mercury

    ALTHOUGH a majority of voters in Australia voted "yes" to the same sex marriage survey, there still remains a significant minority who oppose it. However, what is obvious is the immense importance that we still place on marriage which has been central to society for centuries.


  18. Pacete: Husband-Priest: No more celibacy?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | Sun-Star

    IS IT okay for a husband to become a priest? Should priests be allowed to get married? I love you Pope Francis! I know that in our midst there are men who belong to the "viriprobati" . A good husband of strong faith who is an ideal father of a family is needed in our Catholic Church to be an ideal priest for the faithful.


  19. Louisville Orchestra recap: A big crowd for Rimsky-Korsakov at the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | NA Confidential

    Previously: Louisville Orchestra at the Ogle Center on November 11, performing music of Rimsky-Korsakov. These many years listening to Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Russian Easter Festival Overture, and I had no idea he was an atheist.


  20. Far-Right Marches Mar Polish Independence Day CelebrationsRead the original story

    Monday Nov 13 | Transitions Online

    Protesters called for a 'white Europe' and 'Islamic Holocaust,' in a show of support for a Catholic, and not secular, Poland. This Saturday, Polish independence celebrations in Warsaw were disrupted by as many as 60,000 people, according to police estimates, who marched on the streets of the Polish capital chanting slogans and carrying banners calling for a white Europe.