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Palm Sunday
A pastor rides a horse during the Palm Sunday procession in East Manggarai, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, on Sunday. Hundreds of people joined the procession.

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Crowd protests Lathrop Homes redevelopment plan
J.L. Gross has lived in a Lathrop Homes apartment for 26 years. | Mitch Dudek/Sun-Times. Hundreds of protesters gathered Sunday to voice opposition to the Chicago Housing Authority’s plan to redevelop the Lathrop Homes, a group of historic but dilapidated brick buildings along the north branch of....

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Colombia's FARC rebels to meet Kerry in Cuba during Obama trip: sources
HAVANA/BOGOTA (Reuters) - Members of Colombia's Marxist FARC guerrillas will meet U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, a negotiator for the rebels and two Colombian sources with knowledge of the peace talks said on Sunday. A meeting with Kerry will be the first time a U.S.

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Jesus’ return to Jerusalem: Palm Sunday commemorated across city’s churches
KARACHI: Palm Sunday was marked across different churches in the city to commemorate the day of Jesus Christ’s return to Jerusalem. Every year, from morning onwards, masses are held inside churches. This is followed by processions in which Christians honour the day by holding palm fronds and say....

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Pastor, congregants clash
CONGREGANTS at Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe's Nyazura Assembly are up in arms against Pastor Barnabas Rwodzi, whom they want immediately transferred citing irreconcilable differences. The relationship between Pastor Rwodzi and congregants soured to the extent that the provincial executive....

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Faith is medicine
I derive my statement that faith is medicine from the fact that a healthy mind forms a healthy body. Positive desires, positive feelings and a positive mindset produce good results in every aspect of life and the reverse is true. Just like the body falls sick or suffers from illnesses, so can the mind also become sick or intoxicated.

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St. Joseph's Monastery Parish revives an old tradition on Palm Sunday with donkey ride
Palm Sunday, a day of tradition and ritual for Catholic churches around the globe celebrating Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, reignited a lost custom for one Baltimore congregation. More than 100 members of the St. Joseph's Monastery Parish gathered around 10:30 a.m.

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'Fruit of repentance'
THE manifestation of the fruit of repentance — this was the message relayed to the congregation at Christian Mission Fellowship (CMF), World Harvest Centre in Kinoya by the children during their Palm Sunday. Head of the Children's Ministry at CMF, Pastor Sekove Biauniceva said a total of 450....

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New GOP leader in Sacramento wants to give poor people 'a hand up'
A month after taking over as the California Assembly's Republican leader, Chad Mayes brought his caucus to a shelter for homeless mothers. The lawmakers listened as women shared stories of drug abuse and recovery. They poked their heads into rooms crowded with bunk beds. They greeted children bouncing balls on the playground.

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End Times Pastor Who Believes the Anti-Christ Is Jewish Will Speak at AIPAC Conference
Bishop Edwin Harper is a self-described "fanatic" who says he is eagerly awaiting the Rapture. He also believes that when the anti-Christ appears, he will be a Jew. This year, the American Israeli Public Affairs Conference, America's most influential pro-Israel organization, has invited Harper to speak at its annual conference in Washington DC.

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N.B. volunteers continue to donate, help Syrian refugees
Volunteers continue to work in New Brunswick to help provide Syrian refugees with what they need for a new start. Three Restore Hope clothing drives were held in Saint John, Moncton, and Fredericton over the weekend. They were spearheaded by the New Brunswick Association for Community Living.

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Nigeria: Why Nigerians Can't Pronounce "Nigeria" Correctly
The only Nigerians who pronounce the name of their country correctly are foreign-born Nigerians-or Nigerians who were socialized outside their country, or whose exposure and education cause them to be guarded and self-conscious about their pronunciation. It was a non-Nigerian who first called my attention to this over a decade ago.

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Yaounde: Impostor Police Superintendent Arrested
Motto Assoula Michel Aimé tried to release a detainee from gendarmerie custody when his true identity was uncovered. Luck ran out on March 14, 2016 in Yaounde for a 38-year-old man who had been passing for a Superintendent of Police, SP (or ‘Officier de police principal’) as he tried to release a detained suspect from gendarmerie custody.

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Awaiting a political awakening
Where else to pick up but in Las Vegas, our nation’s great national cliche, more excessive in its hyperbole than the boasts in a Donald Trump stump speech, at once the representation and perversion of the American Dream. It is by its very sustenance a city teeming with losers, yet the tallest residential structure in town has Trump’s name on it.

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A beguiling natural history of North America’s great forests
WAFFLE-nosed and spindly legged, often weighing well over 400 kilograms and munching its way through more than 30 kg of food every day, the moose is a splendid beast. It is also an excellent animal for John Pastor to focus on in his evocative, multilayered and fascinating book, What Should a Clever....

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Permalink to ‘Pastor Alape’ (FARC)
Felix Antonio Muñoz, a.ka. “Pastor Alape,” is one of seven members of the military command of the FARC, Colombia’s largest guerrilla force which has been engaged in peace talks with the government since 2012. He assumed this position after the death of military chief “Mono Jojoy” in 2010, the....

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Kilcot couple celebrate 60th wedding anniversary and cite faith...
Devoted to God and each other, a couple from Kilcot have celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary. Theo and Dorrie Cracknell believe a marriage based on strong Christian principles is the secret to reaching 60 not out. Theo Cracknell, 83, said: "Religion can seem quite a dead thing these days,....

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Deitrick Haddon to Debut Big Boy Collaboration on ‘Saints & Sinners’ TONIGHT [EUR Exclusive]
,” entitled “Devil Was An Angel.” The hour-long drama centers on the Greater Hope Baptist Church, and the “lust, greed, and deeply ingrained secrets” of the family at the center of the church, and the community of Cypress, GA. The series drew 1.3 million viewers for its premiere on March 6 and 1.5 million viewers for its March 13 episode.

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Obama gets candid about Hillary Clinton
Among those in the U.S. delegation will be American business leaders eager to explore opportunities in Cuba. Obama wishes them well, believing his legacy could benefit. Julie Pace of The Associated Press walked us through the politics. "The idea is that if a Republican is elected president and tries....

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World Happiness Day: Cleric Urges Nigerians To Be Grateful To God
Pastor David Popoola, the State Pastor of Living Faith Church, Lokoja, has urged Nigerians to be grateful to God in all situations. He made the call on Sunday in Lokoja while delivering a sermon entitled,: “Serving God is a Big Time Business.” Popoola said Nigerians would smile and laugh again if....

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Of wayward clerics and the Church
10990. Niran Adedokun. If you are a Christian in Nigeria, and one who takes his faith with a measure of seriousness, you should every now and then, feel some sore discomfiture at the news of “men of God” who dip their hands into stuff uncomplimentary of their celestial office. These stories are endless and their atrociousness, unimaginable.

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World Happiness Day: Cleric Urges Nigerians To Be Grateful To God
Tony Ademiluyi with agency reports. Pastor David Popoola, the State Pastor of Living Faith Church, Lokoja, has urged Nigerians to be grateful to God in all situations. He made the call on Sunday in Lokoja while delivering a sermon entitled,: “Serving God is a Big Time Business.

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Black History Month Gala makes history of its own
Pride, community and a splash of celebrity defined this year’s Black History Month Gala when more than 200 guests gathered Saturday night at the Canadian Museum of History for the Mandela Legacy Awards. The fancy-dress event saw 14 figures including British-born supermodel Naomi Campbell, American pastor and activist Rev.

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Aging Vietnam vets in southwestern Ohio find fellowship
On Thursday afternoons, in a small church in this Butler County city, a band of brothers gathers. They are gray now, many soft in the middle, stepping over the line into retirement. They slip on the VETERAN caps. Outside the church, they say, they don't talk much.

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‘El Chapo’ reads books, gains weight in prison
Updated 14 hours ago MEXICO CITY — Drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman is getting self-help advice and gaining a bit of weight in prison under his new, tighter-security regime, but Mexico's formerly most wanted man is apparently not doing so well in other departments.

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Welcome to My World: In the face of cancer, influential Portland pastor considers his legacy
Note: This is the latest in an ongoing series of stories sharing wisdom and life lessons from notable men and women in the Portland region, in their own words. Got a suggestion for someone we should interview? See the bottom of this story. Death does not loom over the Rev. W.G. Hardy. A question does.

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