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Lawyer criticizes Altoona-Johnstown bishop for his silence about friar
A Pittsburgh lawyer is blasting the Altoona-Johnstown bishop, saying his public silence about a sexually abusive friar wrongly shifted blame to his client a high school principal and contributed to his leaving his job in 2013. The comments about Bishop Mark Bartchak by George Bills, attorney for....

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Giving back key to New Kensington couple’s sobriety
Updated 16 minutes ago VonZell Wade helps others every day as a counselor at Lost Dreams Awakening, a nonprofit center in New Kensington he co-founded with his wife Laurie. But there was a dark period in Wade's life, when drugs ruled his days and getting high was his priority.

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Refugee from Myanmar helps others acclimate to Pittsburgh
Updated 25 minutes ago The first night is always jarring. For Ro Ding, the journey to America — after years of seeking refugee status in Malaysia, followed by 36 hours on airplanes — marked both a culmination and beginning of his dreams for a new life. When he arrived, it was dark in America.

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Ese Oruru: Religion should not encourage slavery— Helen Oritsejafor
By Sam Eyoboka. THE annual Daughters of Sarah International Convention, an annual gathering of women of Warri-based Word of Life Bible Church with delegations from different parts of world, which began on Thursday, March 10, 2016, came to a fitting end on Sunday, March 13, 2016 with a surprise visit....

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Safely passed over
SADORUS — When you live underground, there's not much a tornado can do to hurt you. Forty years ago Sunday, Jennifer Staire, her family and her dogs lived in a 1,600-square-foot house under the ground, with a small entrance atop. A tornado wiped out their Sadorus subdivision on March 20, 1976, but....

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EDUCATION NOTEBOOK (March 20)
Bay-Waveland honors Herbert as Teacher of Year. The Bay St. Louis-Waveland School District's Teacher of the Year is Tarah Herbert, who also was named Bay High's Teacher of the Year. A Bay High teacher for five years, Herbert received her degree from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2011.

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‘El Chapo’ reads books, gains weight in prison
Updated 6 minutes 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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Still not saved
By Femi Aribisala. “The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved.” How do we know when we are sick? We probably feel uncomfortable, have a high temperature and are unable to eat. But our feelings are not the sickness. Our feelings are symptoms of the sickness.

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BABU OWINO gets saved after sending goons to murder a student who criticized him (PHOTO)
Scandalous SONU leader, Babu Owino, has reportedly given his life to Christ a day after he sent goons to attack a student who has been criticizing his bad leadership. Babu is alleged to have accepted Christ as his personal saviour during a church conference at Lower Kabete Campus.

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Easter: Osinbajo, Don Moen for maiden cross campaign in Lagos
By Olasunkanmi Akoni. V ICE President Yemi Osinbajo and renowned gospel singer, Don Moen, are expected to lead other dignitaries and men of God at the maiden cross campaign to celebrate the end of the 40 days Christian fasting period with the wearing of the cross emblem.

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Get ready for tears of joy
By Funmi Komolafe. I’m starting this column this week on a joyful note. Why? Yours sincerely was in London last week during which I visited Funmi, the mother of triplets. Sometime ago, I wrote about her struggle and how she broke through after nine years of waiting. How long have you been waiting? Just cling to Jesus.

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NC Rep. Tricia Cotham sets up congressional campaign, others file for June 7 election
State Rep. Tricia Cotham, a Democrat from Mecklenburg County, has filed paperwork to run for Congress in the newly drawn 12th District. Cotham for Congress was set up in recent days as an official campaign committee with the Federal Elections Commission.

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Choir in PJ Harvey's D.C.-centric song didn't know what they were about to be a part of
Michael Scott, music minister at the Union Temple Baptist Church in Southeast Washington, hadn’t seen the video that was making waves in his native city. That’s a bit odd, because he is featured prominently in it. As Scott recalled in a phone interview, a photographer named Seamus Murphy started....

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Niyonsaba paints his way to success in a home studio
Unlike most emerging visual artistes and painters, who look to art collectives to nurture and showcase their talent, 27-year-old painter Serge Niyonsaba chose the other way to go it alone, consequently turning his rented house in Nyamirambo into his painting studio.

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Mourners remember the beautiful smile of the Milton teen killed by car
As her family and friends gathered Saturday to bury the Milton High School senior, Etienne’s radiant expression was celebrated as her legacy. “Smile,” Senior Pastor Chris Sumner told mourners at Jubilee Christian Church in Mattapan. “Let me see your teeth.

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Mexican drug lord gaining weight, reading books in prison
MEXICO CITY — Drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán is getting some 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 the love department.

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Inter-denominational concert attracts hundreds
HUNDREDS of Fijians flocked to Ratu Sukuna Park yesterday to witness and give freely to the first inter-denominational gospel concert to help raise funds for victims of Severe TC Winston. Organising committee member, Pastor Tuimasi Vuetaki of the Hope Unlimited Church in Suva, said the concert....

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SHE was to have taken part in today's Palm Sunday service which is celebrated in many Christian churches. There are processions in which palm fronds are waved by children and the faithful celebrating the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. more...
SHE was to have taken part in today's Palm Sunday service which is celebrated in many Christian churches. There are processions in which palm fronds are waved by children and the faithful celebrating the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. Mere Ailevu Macedru will however not participate in today's service as she was murdered a few days ago.

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Of wayward clerics and the Church
10996. 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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We wish we could be pregnant all the time to get the best of our husbands – Expectant mothers
151. Eric Dumo and Esther Olajide. It was the second pack of juice she was drinking for the day. By her side was a bowl of goat meat pepper soup, a popular delicacy among many Nigerians, waiting to be devoured. The recent slide in Naira against the United States’ Dollar that has left the national....

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This year’s presidential race is very different. Here are 10 reasons why.
Over the last few months, I have covered campaign rallies in the Carolinas for four of the surviving presidential candidates: Republicans Donald Trump and Ted Cruz and Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. This is the seventh presidential election in which I’ve reported on candidates and their campaigns.

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New kids on the old Bloc
Along with a line-up change, Bloc Party’s meditative fifth album takes a new musical direction that could turn long-time fans off. Bloc Party/ Hymns. London indie-rock quartet Bloc Party rose to fame in the mid-2000s with their critically acclaimed debut album Silent Alarm.

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CAN President Seeks Unity Among Christians
The President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, has called on Christians to be united in order to ensure peaceful coexistence among the people of the country. Orisejafor made the call when he inaugurated the new executive members of the Niger chapter of CAN in Minna.

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Edmonton's newest Catholic church open for worship
Two years after breaking ground, the city's newest Catholic church opened in southeast Edmonton on Saturday. Located at 34 Street and 28A Avenue, the $16 million the church pf the Catholic Parish of Corpus Christi seats 1,500 people. An attached hall can accommodate a further 500 people.

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Drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman is getting fat on prison feasts of fried chicken and pizza
Head of Sinaloa cartel, Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman is feasting on fatty foods whilst locked up Henry Romero/Reuters. New details of drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman's life behind bars have been revealed by a prison officer who says that he has put on weight, reads self-help books and has had no conjugal visits.

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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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