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Son discovers mom and her boyfriend dead in murder-suicide
Miami-Dade Police found two people dead in an apparent murder-suicide just after 1 p.m. Sunday. Police said Pastor Paez, 50, fatally shot his live-in girlfriend, 62-year-old Lisette Iglesias, and then himself in the head. Iglesias’s adult son called police soon after arriving at the Kendale Lakes home on the 12000 block of Southwest 50th Lane.

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Church Community Outraged After Pastor Is Gunned Down In Baltimore
May 29, 2016 6:46 PM By Ava-joye Burnett. BALTIMORE (WJZ)—A community continues to mourn the loss of an associate pastor gunned down on Friday morning. It was around 7:30 a.m. in the 2900 block of Rosalind Avenue when 41-year-old Latrina Ashburne was approached by a man while she was getting out of her car.

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North Reading, MA
Just a reminder that we will be meeting for the Memorial Day Parade on the stairs of the senior center at the top of the common at 9:45 sharp. The parade starts right at 10:00. Please dress is full... We had the awesome opportunity today to celebrate 40 years of marriage and ministry with our Pastors Jonathan and Verna Del Turco.

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What happens when the military chaplain is shaken by war
The pre-war Pastor Matthew Williams had gone to seminary, was ordained and thought he understood why people suffer. “God allows suffering because this world is temporary,” is how he would have put it. Then came two deployments as an Army chaplain, one to Afghanistan and one to Iraq.

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Founded in 1893, Dover church holds final Mass
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church held its last Mass and a closing ceremony ahead of the planned demolition. Church leaders sold the land to a Workforce Housing Development in what they call a tough, emotional decision. "Coming together today is sad," said the Rev.

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Rev. Ellsworth Freyer left legacy of caring for and motivating others
For 25 years, the Rev. Ellsworth Freyer had the official position of "team motivator" for Homestead High School's football team — a volunteer role he cherished. Following one big victory that pushed Homestead into the state playoffs in 2006, he played his harmonica to a laughing team huddle and then lit sparklers on his ever-present spirit stick.

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Son discovers dad and dad’s girlfriend dead in murder-suicide
Miami-Dade Police found two people dead in an apparent murder-suicide just after 1 p.m. Sunday. Police said Pastor Paez, 50, fatally shot his live-in girlfriend, 62-year-old Lisette Iglesias, and then himself in the head. Paez’s adult son called police soon after arriving at the Kendale Lakes home on the 12000 block of Southwest 50th Lane.

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — The pastor puts on a pair of ...
chicagotribune.com meldet dazu: The White Sox bullpen blew their third straight game in Kansas City, leading to a 5-4 loss to the Royals for their sixth straight defeat . Sunday's recap: Royals 5, White Sox 4. Chris Sale was denied his tenth win, as the Sox were swept by the defending champs.

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The Rev. Eugene Boyle, activist priest who ministered to Cesar Chavez, dead at 94
SAN JOSE -- To his legions of Bay Area friends, Catholic clergy, parishioners and followers of many other faiths, the Rev. Monsignor Eugene James Boyle will be remembered for his singular, lifelong fight for social justice -- not just locally, but throughout California.

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Boyle, activist priest, dies at 94
SAN JOSE -- To his legions of Bay Area friends, Catholic clergy, parishioners and followers of many other faiths, the Rev. Monsignor Eugene James Boyle will be remembered for his singular, lifelong fight for social justice -- not just locally, but throughout California.

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Warrants issued in alleged gang-rape posted online
The 16-year-old girl arrived at her 19-year-old boyfriend's house in Rio de Janeiro at around 1 am a week ago. She remembers being alone with him there. The girl says her next memory is waking up in a different house surrounded by more than 30 men, many of them armed. All or at least some of them may have raped her.

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Plano Church Helps Ukrainian Teen Fight Rare Disorder
Members of Life Central Church welcomed 14 year-old Karina Bondarchuk back to America on Sunday so she can start surgery this summer to repair her rare mouth disorder. Members will tell you their services are always a party at Life Central Church in Plano, but this Sunday’s party was extra special....

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Church Community Outaged After Pastor Is Gunned Down In Baltimore
May 29, 2016 4:19 PM By Ava-joye Burnett. BALTIMORE (WJZ)—A community continues to mourn the loss of an associate pastor gunned down on Friday morning. It was around 7:30 a.m. in the 2900 block of Rosalind Avenue when 41-year-old Latrina Ashburne was approached by a man while she was getting out of her car.

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Dinka pastor resigns over anti-Machar violent protest inside church
May 29, 2016 (JUBA) – Emmanuel Jieng [Dinka] Parish church service erupted into violent protest on Sunday among its members, forcing the pastor in charge of the church to declare his resignation from the church leadership. South Sudan’s First Vice President, Riek Machar, calling for reconciliation and forgiveness at St.

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Toronto 18 plotter reflects on a decade in prison
Ahmad no longer looks like the 21-year-old who made headlines a decade ago as one of the leaders of the Toronto 18 terror plot. He's bulkier, lost all his hair. He shows me his photo ID, taken during his first years spent at Quebec's Special Handling Unit, which has the reputation as Canada's toughest prison.

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Local ties help a Haitian's dream come true
A 30-year-old from La Gonave, Haiti, Hyppolite is on a mission to serve the people of his home country in ways some Mitchell natives did for him years ago, The Daily Republic ( ) reported. http://bit.ly/1NMq9id An orphan, Hyppolite (pronounced hip-PO-leet) has faced an uphill battle since the beginning.

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Community gardens grow in popularity in Siouxland
ADVANCE FOR SUNDAY MAY 29 AND THEREAFTER - In a Wednesday, May 18, 2016 photo, Ben Bittinger, 8, tosses old leaves and mulch into a bin as he and family members, from left, Ella, Ali, and their father, Dan Bittinger, associate pastor of CrossPointe Church, clean up a garden bed, at the west side Sioux City, Iowa, church.

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News 26 mins ago 1:04 p.m. Community gives back with "Hero Hill"
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The community is giving back to military and first responders with a "Hero Hill." Dozens of people gathered Sunday at Coral Ridge Ministries located at 2967 Huffman Blvd. Right outside the church is a hill with the words "Honor Heroes" written with white stone.

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Community gardens grow in popularity in Siouxland
The pastor puts on a pair of brown leather work boots and goes out to the garden. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the perennial onions are in bloom. The bulbous purple flowers are easy to pick out among the barren, raised garden beds that'll be tilled and ready for planting soon.

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Will release of evidence on police actions heighten tensions in Chicago?
As the nation celebrates Memorial Day weekend, Chicago braces for what some are predicting will be a violent summer, punctuated by extreme tensions between police and the communities they serve. Now, the agency that investigates allegations of police misconduct in Chicago is planning to release,....

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To women living in slums, the risk of rape is ever present
DOUBLE TRAGEDY. For the next week I survived on painkillers. I narrated my ordeal to only one of my close female friends. When she asked whether I had sought medical attention, I lied that I had, but deep inside I knew I couldn’t. As a married woman, I was ashamed and blamed myself for my predicament.

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‘Marcos robbed of .5-m votes in Quezon’
The witness said the vote shaving and vote padding were done in a warehouse that he was told to set up in Lucena for the “covert dagdag-bawas operation” run by the Liberal Party and Smartmatic personnel. The alleged cheating was carried out by intercepting the transmissions of the results from the....

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The petulance of nescience
In the first place, the exact provision of the Constitution is: “The separation of Church and State shall be inviolable.” First, it does not make of the Philippines an atheistic or agnostic state, not even a secular state, if by secular is meant “shorn of all religion.” Second, what is enunciated is a state principle.

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George Clooney may never be confused for a Mensa candidate, ...
Mitteilung von nypost.com: This is going to be a Memorial Day weekend to remember at Viacom , as board members cling to their seats . Viacom might remove Dauman, board of directors — soon. Chief Executive Philippe Dauman and the entire board of directors are bracing for the possibility that they will be removed.

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Zimbabwe: Are Gospel Musicians Icons of Sainthood They Exude On Stage?
Gospel music can loosely be defined as any music type which contains Christian beliefs and values regardless of the form used to deliver it. Over the years, singers have become synonymous with the type of genre they croon and in the same vein, gospel musicians have technically been viewed as general icons of the sainthood they exude on stage.

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Pleading for Peace in Chicago Amid Fears of a Bloody Summer
For a few hours on Friday evening, under periods of pounding rain, the peace held, and the police scanners were filled with mundane reports of disturbances and crowd-control problems after a Beyoncé concert. But by Saturday evening, the police reported, 19 people had been shot, four fatally, including a 15-year-old girl.

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