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United Methodist committee drops two of three charges against gay Clifton minister
CINCINNATI. The United Methodist Committee on Investigation decided not to certify two of the three charges against an openly gay pastor from Cincinnati. Reverend David Meredith has been a pastor at the Clifton United Methodist Church for six years. Meredith said since he married his partner of 30....

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Two months after explosion, Bloomington mosque leaders desperate for justice
The bombing of the Dar Al Farooq Islamic Center on a weekend morning in August drew a response from Minnesota and beyond that was overwhelmingly supportive of the mosque. No one was injured in what Gov. Mark Dayton at the time called an “act of terrorism.” But congregants remain in shock from the blast.

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68-year-old presenter plays Fat Boy Slim on new Christian radio show
A SELF-described "silver-surfer" is broadcasting her own Christian radio show. Eve Robertson, of Knightwick, launched her show on Longside Radio, a not-for-profit community station in Martley, near Worcester, five weeks ago. In one of her first shows, she played Praise You by Fat Boy Slim, due to its appropriate lyrics.

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Aspiring pastor who blamed cough syrup for killing wife stabbed her 123 times
A 28-year-old North Carolina man who claimed he killed his wife after overdosing on cold medicine allegedly stabbed her 123 times, officials said. Matthew James Phelps has been charged with first-degree murder in the 1 September death of 29-year-old Lauren Hugelmaier Phelps.

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Church shocked and grieving after beloved pastor is found 'burned beyond recognition'
Martin Beneke, senior Pastor at Life in Christ Network in Johannesburg, South Africa, was burned to death on October 16, 2017, in Magaliesburg, South Africa. (Photo: Facebook/Sonja Lowe Vermaak) The body of a South African pastor has been found "burned beyond recognition" with his hands tied behind....

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Aspiring pastor stabs wife 123 times, says cough syrup made him do it, police say
A North Carolina woman had 123 stab and cut wounds in her body after her husband, an aspiring preacher, killed his wife during a cough syrup-induced stupor, police said. Matthew James Phelps, 28, told police he woke up on Sept. 1 to find his wife’s blood-stained body next to him.

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News Minute: Here is the latest Kentucky news from The Associated Press at 3:40 p.m. EDT
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - A longtime donor and former University of Kentucky trustees has given $12 million to support an undergraduate center named for him. The gift from Paul Chellgren and his wife, Deborah Cole Chellgren, will go to support the Chellgren Center for Undergraduate Excellence. FRANKFORT, Ky.

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‘Somebody screwed up here’: Why did Trump take 12 days to address the deaths of four soldiers, and why did he attack Obama?
The White House has not explained why Trump took so long to comment publicly about the Niger ambush, but officials said Tuesday that he was regularly briefed on the incident during that period. They declined to provide details. The White House did not receive detailed information from the Defense Department about the four dead soldiers until Oct.

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Roaring Fork Baptist Church raising funds to rebuild auditorium, life center
The costs for engineering, construction, materials, and contents to replenish the church are estimated to be approximately $1.6 million. (Source: Roaring Fork Baptist Church) GATLINBURG, Tenn. (WATE) – Roaring Fork Baptist Church in Gatlinburg is raising money to help them rebuild after the church was destroyed in the wildfires last November.

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Preacher who blamed wife’s murder on cough syrup OD allegedly stabbed her 123 times
A 29-year-old North Carolina woman whose newlywed husband told 911 he believed he killed her after overdosing on cold medicine was found to have been stabbed and slashed 123 times, officials said. Wannabe preacher Matthew James Phelps, 28, is charged with first-degree murder in the Sept. 1 death of his wife, Lauren Hugelmaier Phelps.

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Long serving priest, Bernie Cameron, has died
Fr. Bernie, as he was affectionately known, was born in St. Andrews West on April 15, 1933. He was one of 10 children, 7 boys and 3 girls, born to Alexander and Helen (MacDonell) Cameron. He attended St. Andrew’s Private High School and later, Scarboro’s Nazareth House in St. Marys, Ontario.

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Pastor who blamed wife’s murder on cough syrup OD allegedly stabbed her 123 times
A 29-year-old North Carolina woman whose newlywed husband told 911 he believed he killed her after overdosing on cold medicine was found to have been stabbed and slashed 123 times, officials said. Wannabe preacher Matthew James Phelps, 28, is charged with first-degree murder in the Sept. 1 death of his wife, Lauren Hugelmaier Phelps.

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Auxilliary Bishop Joseph Siegel Leaving Joliet
To Run Evansville Diocese A Joliet native, Siegel grew up on his family's farm in Lockport Township. He went to St. Raymond's Elementary School as a child. JOLIET, IL - A well-liked and familiar face around the Diocese of Joliet will soon be packing up his belongings and moving to southern Indiana.

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Gay Methodist minister David Meredith, church claim victory
Claiming victory for LGBTQ members of the United Methodist Church nationwide, officials told The Enquirer on Wednesday that two of three charges against a Clifton congregation's openly gay pastor, David Meredith, were not certified. The Rev. Meredith appeared Sunday before the Methodist Committee on Investigation in Columbus, Ohio.

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Woman stabbed 123 times; husband, aspiring pastor, blames cold medicine
RALEIGH, N.C. An autopsy found that a woman, whose husband says he killed her in his sleep after taking cold medicine, was stabbed 123 times. The autopsy report, obtained by WRAL, said Lauren Phelps, 29, had 24 stab wounds and 20 cuts to her head and neck, 13 stab wounds and 11 cuts to her torso, 16....

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Auxiliary bishop from Illinois to lead diocese in Indiana
Pope Francis has appointed an auxiliary bishop currently serving in Illinois as the next bishop for the Diocese of Evansville in southwestern Indiana. The installation of Bishop Joseph M. Siegel is planned Dec. 15. The Diocese of Joliet, Illinois' Bishop Daniel Conlon says in a statement that Siegel....

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Mom, 5 kids die in 'horrendous' fire near Silsbee
A mom and her five children have died after their Hardin County residence caught fire early Wednesday morning, according to information from the sheriff's office. Firefighters responded to a call from neighbors about a fire in the 8700 block of Fountain Drive just north of Silsbee at 12:15 a.m.

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Warning over ‘crisis’ on volunteer minibus drivers
A leading church figure has warned that proposals to restrict the number of people who can drive minibuses in Northern Ireland could lead to a crisis for volunteer-reliant organisations. Retired Whitewell Tabernacle pastor James McConnell said he had serious concerns that the ongoing Department of....

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Was Martha wrong to be angry with Mary?
"Jesus answered her, "Martha, Martha, you are anxious and troubled about many things. But one thing is needed. And Mary has chosen the good part, which shall not be taken from her."" – Luke 10:41-42 (MEV) We all know the story of how Mary and Martha responded to Jesus Christ' visit.

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True Bethel plans apartments in former Niagara Falls Catholic school
A development company owned by True Bethel Baptist Church has a $5 million plan to convert a vacant Catholic school in Niagara Falls into apartments. The former Sacred Heart Catholic Church and its elementary school became True Bethel's Niagara Falls campus about six years ago, according to Janice....

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His biggest challenge
As far as I know, terrorism will remain. This will be the biggest challenge to President Duterte in the remainder of his term. It appears that the IS has chosen Mindanao as its hub in Southeast Asia, and has started forming alliances with other terror groups.

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31-year-old mother, five children Read Story
SILSBEE - A mother and her five children perished in an overnight fire at an apartment behind a Hardin County home early Wednesday morning. Ashley Pickering, 31, perished in the fire at an apartment behind a home on Fountain Drive north of Silsbee according to the family's pastor Randy Feldschau of Cathedral in the Pines Church in Beaumont.

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South Sudan: UN, US failed to prevent ethnic cleansing
South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, has received more than $1 billion in humanitarian aid every year from the U.S. and the U.N. It gained independence in 2011 with the strong support of the Bush and Obama administrations. But in 2013, civil war broke out between forces loyal to Kiir and supporters of his former deputy, known as the rebels.

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Many will die in Rivers, students will perish – Prophet Mike
The General Overseer of the Pillar of Solution Power Ministry, in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital, Apostle Mike Wealth has prophesied that a great chaos will befall the State. The pastor, popularly called The Seer, said this yesterday during one of his recent 3 days programme.

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Two months after explosion, Bloomington mosque leaders still concerned
Dar Al Farooq's leaders say it has been harder to get back to normal than they imagined since the Aug. 5 attack. Several families left and never returned, Omar said. Staffers dialed down on large events and after-school programs for children who take classes at the center.

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It's Time to End the Horror of Immigrant Detention
Few Americans know about our nation's system of immigrant detention centers. Each year, the U.S. government locks up roughly 440,000 immigrants in over 200 immigrant prisons. These facilities have grown into a highly privatized, lucrative and abusive industry that profits off the misery of immigrants awaiting deportation.

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