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Pope urges acceptance of gays, non-traditional families
He urged priests around the world to be more accepting of gay men and lesbians, divorced Catholics and other people living in what the church considers "irregular" situations. "A pastor cannot feel that it is enough simply to apply moral laws ... as if they were stones to throw at people's lives,"....

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Pope replies to letter from juvenile gang member
Vazquez's imprisonment will be a long one, and it will soon take a more serious turn -- "it frightens me because it's a new experience," he says -- as he prepares for transfer to the men's Ironwood State Prison in Blythe, California. This week, he was temporarily placed in a men's prison in Chino,....

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Pope Francis, Urging Less Judgment, Signals Path for Divorced on Communion
Pope Francis delivering a message at the end Easter mass at the Vatican on March 27. Credit L'Osservatore Romano. ROME — In a broad proclamation on family life , Pope Francis on Friday called for the Roman Catholic Church to be more welcoming and less judgmental, and he seemingly signaled a pastoral....

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Pope to Church: Accept divorcees, gay community
(CNN) Pope Francis put his shoulder to the doors of the Catholic Church and shoved them open a little wider Friday, calling for the church to be more tolerant in practice, while not changing any official doctrines. He urged priests around the world to be more accepting of gay men and lesbians,....

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Young woman's stigmata claim tests religious harmony in Samoa
By AFP 1 hour ago in World Claims that a young woman developed Christ-like wounds after playing Jesus in a play have sharply divided opinion in Samoa, igniting debate over whether the bleeding cuts to her body are miraculous or a hoax. The country's prime minister is among those who believe....

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Pope urges acceptance of gays, non-traditional families
He urged priests around the world to be more accepting of gay men and lesbians, divorced Catholics and other people living in what the church considers "irregular" situations. "A pastor cannot feel that it is enough simply to apply moral laws ... as if they were stones to throw at people's lives,"....

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Dozens gather for Charlotte vigil to support HB2
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Dozens of people showed up for a vigil in support of HB2 Thursday night. The event was held in front of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center. Those in attendance prayed, sang songs, and lit candles to show their support for the legislation.

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Pope urges acceptance of gays, non-traditional families
He urged priests around the world to be more accepting of gay men and lesbians, divorced Catholics and other people living in what the church considers "irregular" situations. "A pastor cannot feel that it is enough simply to apply moral laws ... as if they were stones to throw at people's lives,"....

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The key points you should read in Pope Francis's major new document on family issues
1. The Church defines the ideal relationship as a heterosexual marriage. But Francis writes that other loving relationships can have value too. “Christian marriage, as a reflection of the union between Christ and his Church, is fully realized in the union between a man and a woman who give....

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Pope Francis opens limited path back to communion for some
But he stopped short of changing church doctrine on that or any other major topic, including homosexuality, gay marriage, and contraception. Advertisement. In an “apostolic exhortation” titled “Amoris Laetitia,” Latin for “The Joy of Love,” the pontiff reaffirmed the church’s teaching, that marriage is indissoluble.

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Tennessee lawmaker exiled over 'continuing risk' to women
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A Tennessee lawmaker is effectively being quarantined from lawmakers, lobbyists and interns after the state’s attorney general determined that he could pose a risk to “unsuspecting women” at the state Capitol complex. House Speaker Beth Harwell announced Thursday that she is moving Rep.

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Pope Francis Calls on Church to Be Welcoming and Less Judgmental
Pope Francis delivering a message at the end Easter mass at the Vatican on March 27. Credit L'Osservatore Romano. ROME — In a broad proclamation on family life , Pope Francis on Friday called for the Roman Catholic Church to be more welcoming and less judgmental, and he seemingly signaled a pastoral....

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Young woman's stigmata claim tests religious harmony in Samoa
The country's prime minister is among those who believe Toaipuapuaga Opapo Soana'i developed stigmata -- wounds corresponding to the injuries Christ suffered on the cross -- after starring in a Sunday school production at Easter. Others are sceptical about the claims, dismissing the 23-year-old's....

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Pope Francis Pushes Church to be More Open to the Divorced
Franco Origlia—2016 Franco Origlia Pope Francis attends his weekly audience in St. Petr's Square on March 30, 2016 in Vatican City, Vatican. 'The Eucharist is not a prize for the perfect, but a powerful medicine and nourishment for the weak' In his first major teaching on family issues, Pope....

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March column: Buckhorn thinks mayors ready to say "enough is enough''
Buckhorn said he expects some public announcement of the initiative within a few days. "What form it will take I'm not sure," he said. "There have been some informal conversations and emails about stepping out on this and speaking up. "I think you're going to see within a day or so mayors around the....

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Idea of Cuban consulate in Miami Beach causes stir
Apr 07, 2016. Protesters criticized Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine for saying he'd welcome a Cuban consulate in Miami Beach Thursday, April 7, 2016. Supporters say they agree with Levine and want to help normalize relations between the U.S. and Cuba. Joey Flechas jflechas@miamiherald.

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Tennessee lawmaker exiled over ‘continuing risk’ to women
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee lawmaker is effectively being quarantined from lawmakers, lobbyists and interns after the state’s attorney general determined that he could pose a risk to “unsuspecting women” at the state Capitol complex. House Speaker Beth Harwell announced Thursday that she is moving Rep.

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Methodist minister camps outside to protest church's ban on gay marriages
Around the time the Rev. Michael Tupper found himself chasing his windblown tent across half a mile of Iowa grain fields, he might have started questioning his mission from God. God called him, he believes, to sleep in a tent for 175 days to protest the fact that his church does not allow him to perform gay marriages.

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Tennessee Lawmaker Exiled Over 'Continuing Risk' to Women
A Tennessee lawmaker is effectively being quarantined from lawmakers, lobbyists and interns after the state's attorney general determined that he could pose a risk to "unsuspecting women" at the state Capitol complex. House Speaker Beth Harwell announced Thursday that she is moving Rep.

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'Disobedient youths'
PEOPLE continued to ignore warnings issued by the Government as some were still found jumping off bridges and into raging rivers. Youths of Semo Village in Nadroga were on the receiving end of an angry concerned citizen who was seen yelling at a group jumping off the Semo Bridge along the Queens highway.

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Commentary: The upside of 'organized religion'
"Organized religion" has been getting a bad rap lately. Whenever mainstream religious leaders and organizations make it into the headlines, it's often for dubious or deplorable reasons rather than for their constructive work. And there's elbow room aplenty in those houses of worship: A recent study....

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GR church fights heads to Michigan Supreme Court
LANSING, Mich. (WOOD) — The Michigan Supreme Court may weigh in on just how far separation of church and state goes when it comes to lawsuits involving a Grand Rapids church and its former pastor. The issue: would hearing lawsuits over the contentious split between former Pilgrim’s Rest Missionary....

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Tennessee lawmaker exiled over 'continuing risk' to women
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A Tennessee lawmaker is effectively being quarantined from lawmakers, lobbyists and interns after the state’s attorney general determined that he could pose a risk to “unsuspecting women” at the state Capitol complex. House Speaker Beth Harwell announced Thursday that she is moving Rep.

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Big Bryant McKinnie visits Miami Hurricanes football practice
Nick Bjugstad talks about the Florida Panthers winning the NHL's Atlantic Division in Montreal. Rev. Eric Readon, pastor at New Beginning Missionary Baptist Church, speaks about the increasing gun violence happening in Miami as yet another teen is shot to death Tuesday, April 5, 2016, in Miami Gardens.

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Former Stanford player calls it quits after one season with ...
washingtonpost.com schreibt weiter: A big hitter with the range to play either safety spot, ex-Gator will need to be a more sure tackler in the NFL . A closer look at Keanu Neal, an NFL draft prospect the Redskins could select. weiterlesen ... Weitere Nachricht von latimes.

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Tennessee lawmaker exiled over 'continuing risk' to women
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee lawmaker is effectively being quarantined from lawmakers, lobbyists and interns after the state's attorney general determined that he could pose a risk to "unsuspecting women" at the state Capitol complex. House Speaker Beth Harwell announced Thursday that she is moving Rep.

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