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Religious leaders to discuss poverty, inequality at Monroeville library
Updated 4 hours ago Local religious leaders will take part in a panel discussion, “The Religions of Monroeville Present: What We Can Do About Poverty and Inequality,” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. April 6 at the Monroeville Public Library, 4000 Gateway Campus Blvd. Panelists will include the Rev. Joe Luisi, Dr.

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SNARED: Catholic priest jailed for three years after looking at child pornography
HANDOUT*GETTY Jake Burman Pohl was jailed for almost three years Stephen Pohl was caught after police seized his computer during an investigation that started after a 10-year-old student told his parents he felt "weird" about some photos that he had taken.

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Arrested Easter Development
Many stories are told of Ghanaians who come back home after a long sojourn in some foreign country only to get ill and die or have an accident or some other armed robbery or accidental event, which we never accept as accidental. My story is no different.

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How To Be A Rich And Successful Pastor In
The profligation of churches in Nigeria is getting to alarming stage where there would be more churches than members. New churches are springing up almost everyday; some in shops, kiosks, sitting rooms, etc until they eventually become big churches. God must have been having a hectic time "calling all these pastors to work in the vine yard".

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North Siders speak out ahead of Clark ruling
That announcement by Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman is expected on Wednesday morning, sources said. While the decision looms, Minneapolis is again confronting strained relations between the police and black residents. The stakes are highest on the North Side, where many residents fear a....

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The amazing thing that happened on Flight 4463
It seemed strange that he felt close to LouAnn sitting in an airport 2,300 miles from her home in Arizona. But it made sense, too. Airline terminals are like a second home for LouAnn. She spent the past 34 years working as a flight attendant for Southwest Airlines. Thirty-four years before she got sick.

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Chicago's alarming surge of violence rattles police
"Dre had just turned 16," the message to the Reverend Ira Acree's phone read. "I think that it's time to call for action and solicit help, have the National Guard to take over and patrol the Chicago streets." Four days earlier, he had received another text.

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Priest sentenced to 33 months in child porn case
A Louisville priest who pleaded guilty to viewing child pornography was sentenced Tuesday to 33 months in federal prison. U.S. District Court Judge David Hale accepted the terms of the plea agreement for Stephen Pohl, the former pastor of St. Margaret Mary Parish, at a hearing Tuesday afternoon in U.

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Chicago's alarming surge of violence rattles police
But City Hall, the police and community leaders are alarmed by the surge. As of Friday, 131 people had been killed here in the first months of 2016, an 84 per cent rise in homicides from the same period in 2015. There had been 605 shootings, nearly twice as many than at this point last year.

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Minneapolis North Siders await Wednesday's expected decision on charges in Clark shooting
That announcement by Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman is expected on Wednesday morning, sources said. While the decision looms, Minneapolis is again confronting strained relations between the police and black residents. The stakes are highest on the North Side, where many residents fear a....

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I’ve benefitted from making clothes for celebrities – Jimmy Taiwo
Jimmy Taiwo, the CEO of Jimbrooks Clothings, a fast growing clothing line in Lagos, needed not be told that he would go into fashion business fully, as he was all out for it after his university education. As a graduate of Economics, he felt being a dress consultant was more suitable for him; thus went for his passion.

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U.S. Capitol gun suspect has a troubled past
Nineteen months before he allegedly pulled out a gun at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Larry Dawson sat before a regulatory panel in a nondescript room in Nashville trying to explain why God had called him to send sexually suggestive letters to a 15-year-old girl.

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ANGELA EFOSA 08104395303
30th March 2016. By Adewale Sanyaolu There seems to be no end in sight to the current fuel scarcity as the ex-depot price of petrol rose to an all time high of N128 yesterday from the official N76 per litre, as marketers made desperate moves to source the product to service their clients. Daily Sun investigations across some… 30th March 2016.

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Former Kentucky priest who viewed child porn going to prison
LOUISVILLE, Ky. A former Catholic priest accused of snapping hundreds of inappropriate pictures of students at his parish school is heading to federal prison for nearly three years. Stephen Pohl wasn’t charged with any crime for taking the photos, since the children in his pictures were clothed.

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Don’t devalue naira, Anyaoku tells Buhari
By Ola Ajayi. I badan —FORMER Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku has advised President Muhammadu Buhari not to shift on his stance against devaluation of the Naira, noting that he should seek the expertise of a team economic analysts on the nation’s economic crisis. Anyaoku.

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Religious leaders to discuss poverty, inequality at Monroeville library
Updated 29 minutes ago Local religious leaders will take part in a panel discussion, “The Religions of Monroeville Present: What We Can Do About Poverty and Inequality,” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. April 6 at the Monroeville Public Library, 4000 Gateway Campus Blvd. Panelists will include the Rev. Joe Luisi, Dr.

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The Wreckage of World Visions' LGBT Reversal Two Years Later
Less than a year after World Vision's 48 hour affirmation-then-denial of LGBT inclusion, our church was for the same reasons. kicked out of the Evangelical Covenant Church One of the biggest fears I heard from leaders at World Vision and in the Evangelical Covenant Church was that we had to tread....

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My wife is too domineering
CAN WE HELP? with PASTOR & Mrs BANDA Dear Raphael and Namukolo, MY wife and I are Christians but I have a problem with her. She is too domineering. She does not adhere to the things we agree on and she does a lot of things without consulting me. What should be the rightful roles of a wife in a marriage? Tired.

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Pro-immigrant rights Pilsen church vandalized twice
Emma Lozano of Lincoln United Methodist Church holds a printout of the church's front door, which has been vandalized two days in a row, she said, Tuesday March 29, 2016. (Abel Uribe / Chicago Tribune) For two days in a row, neighbors of a Pilsen neighborhood church have awakened to see racist graffiti on the church's doors.

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Archdiocese faces new lawsuit over alleged McCormack abuses
Another lawsuit has been filed against the Archdiocese of Chicago over alleged abuses committed by convicted child molester and defrocked priest Daniel McCormack. The lawsuit was filed Monday in Cook County Circuit Court by a man who alleges he was sexually abused by McCormack in 2005 while he was a student at Our Lady of the West Side school.

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Tensions rise as Minneapolis north siders await decision on charges in Clark shooting
On Tuesday, the Minneapolis Police were making contingency plans. Mobile command centers were being set up and officers were told to take their riot equipment home in case they were called in on short notice. Black Lives Matter produced a video Tuesday blasting Chief Janeé Harteau for a warning that....

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Court adjourns N800m trespass suit against cleric
By Innocent Anaba, A Lagos State High Court sitting in Igbosere has adjourned till April 7, to hear the N800 million suit slammed against popular Lagos cleric, Paul Adefarasin and his church, House on the Rock by a businessman, Gerald Chukwueke. Chukwueke and four others through their counsel, Moyo....

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Gay, transgender rights battles in Georgia, N. Carolina part of unfinished legacy of Supreme Court ruling
They have made headway in predominantly liberal cities, where local governments sympathetic to the cause have favored anti-discrimination laws that guarantee transgender people the right to use the bathrooms that match their gender identity and prevent employers firing people for being gay.

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Former Kentucky priest who viewed child pornography going to prison
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky A former Catholic priest accused of snapping hundreds of inappropriate pictures of students at his parish school is heading to federal prison for nearly three years. Stephen Pohl wasn't charged with any crime for taking the photos, since the children in his pictures were clothed.

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Atlanta City Council: bring 2017 NBA All-Star game to inclusive city
One day after Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed Georgia’s “religious liberty” bill, Atlanta city council members took a shot at a buzzer-beater that would bring next year’s NBA All-Star Game to Atlanta. The 2017 NBA All-Star weekend is scheduled for Feb. 17-19 in Charlotte, N.C., which made headlines last week when North Carolina Gov.

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Man Accused Of Pulling Gun At Capitol A 66-Year-Old Pastor From Tenn.
WASHINGTON (WJZ) — Twenty-four hours after a chaotic scene at the U.S. Capitol, there is new information about the man accused of pulling a gun in the visitor center. The suspect was shot by police. The incident put the whole area on lockdown. Rick Ritter updates the investigation. Sixty-six-year-old Larry Dawson is a pastor.

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