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D.C. residents remember Justice Antonin Scalia
The Rev. Kevin Cusick rushed up the long drive leading to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Northeast Washington on Saturday. His long black overcoat flapped in the wind as he hurried to make the service for Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

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Faith Nelson and Leighton Jones, both from Cardiff, through to next round on The Voice
17-year-old Faith Nelson, and full-time musician Leighton Jones, both from Cardiff, impressed the judges on this week's The Voice. Faith Nelson and Leighton Jones in their blind auditions on The Voice. There was more success for Wales on when both Faith Nelson and Leighton Jones impressed the judges and made it through to the next round.

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North@Work employment collaboration targets black men in north Minneapolis
There’s a new collaboration in the effort to increase the skills and employment rate among black men in north Minneapolis. A 25-man group will be the first to take part in a pilot program that North@Work launched this month. The plan is for 400 men to be participating by the end of 2017, working....

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Only God can give happiness, says Obasanjo
Making a distinction between joy and happiness, the first Nigerian to have ruled the nation twice, said: “When I was in prison, I had joy inside me daily and never was there a dull, sad, sorrowing or dark moment. I was always bubbling, active, teaching and preaching to other prisoners.

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St. Louis archbishop seeks to cut ties with Girl Scouts
By JIM SALTER Associated Press. ST. LOUIS (AP) - St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson is urging priests to sever ties with the Girl Scouts, saying the organization promotes values "incompatible" with Catholic teachings. The open letter to priests, scout leaders and other Catholics was posted Thursday on the archdiocese website.

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Should believers mingle with non-believers?
Following the article authored by Margaret Mangani on whether believers should mingle with non believers herewith are some comments and contributions from our Readers …………………………………………………. Hi Margaret , I will say it is our objective to get closer to non believers so that we may lead them to the path of righteousness.

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Westmoreland pastor suspected of lottery scamming arrested
WESTMORELAND, Jamaica Detectives attached to the Westmoreland Proactive Investigation Unit arrested a pastor for breaches of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transaction) (Special Provision) Act on Cooke Street in Savanna-la-Mar on Saturday. Reports are that on Wednesday, January 27, an operation was carried out at the pastor’s home on Cooke Street.

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Westmoreland pastor suspected of lottery scamming arrested
Detectives attached to the Westmoreland Proactive Investigation Unit arrested a pastor for breaches of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transaction) (Special Provision) Act on Cooke Street in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland today. Reports are that on January 27 an operation was carried out at the pastor’s home on Cooke Street.

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Meet Hilda Bahati, the life coach
Hilda Bahati. Together with each client, she works to identify the source of stress, anxiety or depression and believes that maybe, more than any other factor in psychotherapy, it is the relationship built between a client/patient and therapist that fosters change.

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I started my calling as pastor in police cell – Kidnap suspect
A 33-year-old kidnap suspect, Ugochukwu Mbah, arrested by the Inspector-General of Police Special Intelligence Response team, led by CSP Abba Kyari, says his friend pushed him into taking part in the last kidnap operation before his arrest. Mbah, alongside four other suspects, Udochukwu Nwanguma,....

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St. Leo Men's Retreat
Fr. Bob English and Chris Berens will speak on "How to find God in this overly busy world!" Continental breakfast, talks, time for prayer and Mass. Free will offering. Fr. Bob is pastor of Mary our Queen Church and highly experienced in Contemplative Prayer. Chris Berens is a husband and father and business owner in Omaha and member of St.

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Pilsen priest crisscrosses archdiocese to talk about domestic violence
The Rev. Chuck Dahm uses a simple orator’s device to broach a topic that’s taboo in some quarters of the Catholic church. Speaking at churches all over the Chicago area, he tells parishioners: “Raise your hand if you’ve ever heard a sermon about domestic violence.” People tend to glance around. Sometimes, one or two hands go up.

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A theologian, his gay son and a road to reconciliation
Once a week in the mid-1990s, a St. Louis pastor answered his office phone, then grinned at the voice of his precocious son. Hi Dad, would you like to have an intellectual conversation? They selected a topic – perhaps the theology of salvation or the president's Middle East policy – and would talk until the boy went to play or have a snack.

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The gay pendulum - Sunday, 21 February 2016
T he judgment pendulum swings toward two extremes, namely, condemnation and tolerance. Senatorial candidate Manny Pacquiao chose condemnation for the third sex or the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual (LGBT), in particular their “right” to self determination in their sexual preferences and....

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Rev. Richard J. “Dick” Dempsey, Navy chaplain with a role in fiction, dead at 83
Rev. Richard J. "Dick" Dempsey, pastor emeritus of Most Holy Redeemer parish in Evergreen Park, served 23 years in the Navy, rising to the rank of captain. The Rev. Richard J. Dempsey worried that servicemen felt forgotten in the hills of Da Nang when he served as a chaplain during the Vietnam War.

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How SC church shooting plays into 2016 race
The Morning Joe panel talks to Reverend Norvel Goff, the interim Pastor at Emmanuel AME Church in South Carolina. Reverend Goff shares how the community is still recovering from the tragic shooting there in June. Duration: {{video.duration.

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Anita Finally Divorces Pastor Chris
Anita Ebhodaghe, formerly Anita Oyakhilome, a pioneer member of Christ Embassy, where she rose to become a pastor, got married to Oyakhilome in 1991, and have two daughters. A statement by her solicitors, Attwaters Jameson Hill, said the divorce was finalised on February 8 and hinted that she had....

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Donald Trump’s Sizzling Sister Act
For many minorities, Donald Trump’s gold-plated brand is tarnished by a presidential campaign mired in racial controversy. Beyond his well-known rants about immigrants, Trump has criticized Black Lives Matter protesters and taken heat for tweeting a chart that exaggerates the percentage of murders committed by black Americans.

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My mother permitted me to sell my 15-year-old sister for N52,000 – Suspected Togolese human trafficker
The Zone ‘F’ Headquarters of the Nigeria Immigration Services, NIS, in Ibadan, Oyo state capital, has arrested seven human traffickers. The NIS had reportedly launched a search for a certain 15-year-old Togolese girl, identified only as Assana, who was declared missing.

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Rio Haryanto: All you need to know about the 2016 Manor F1 debutant
All twenty drivers for the 2016 Formula One season have now been announced. Manor Racing, who last week announced GP2 winner and former Mercedes and Force India test driver Pascal Wehrlein would be their primary driver, have now announced Indonesia’s Rio Haryanto as the occupant of the second seat.

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I Sold My 15-Year-Old Sister For N52,000 – Suspect Confesses
A two-year search for a 15-year-old Togolese girl, Assana, has led to the arrest of seven human traffickers by the Zone F Headquarters of the Nigeria Immigrations Services in Ibadan. One of the arrested persons is a man simply known as Cossy, the brother of the girl who has since been found and reunited with her family in Togo.

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CAN President, Oritsejafor May Seek 3rd Term
There are strong indications that the current President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor may have commenced moves to amend the constitution of the Christian body to give room for a third term tenure. Our correspondent gathered that the CAN President is also nursing....

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Republican 2016 hopefuls get emotional on eve of SC primary
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) — The Republican campaign for South Carolina turned deeply personal on the eve of Saturday's high-stakes presidential primary, as New York businessman Donald Trump eyed a delegate sweep and his Republican rivals jockeyed for a southern surprise. Texas Sen.

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Arkansas High School Holds Blacks-Only Assembly on Gangs and Drugs
Some black students at an Arkansas high school were called Wednesday morning to an anti-gang assembly — which officials say was called to comply with a court order to desegregate. Black freshman students at Maumelle High School were told by an intercom announcement to attend the presentation by a....

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Iran: Sanctions lifted after Tehran complies with nuclear deal
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L) meets with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on what is expected to be "implementation day," the day the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) verifies that Iran has met all conditions under the nuclear deal, in Vienna January 16, 2016. Reuters.

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WE WANT TO MEET PM – JOY’S MUM
NKAMANZI Prime Minister Sibusiso Dlamini and his wife Pastor Joy have been living apart for almost two months now, after she returned to her parental home at Nkamanzi. This was confirmed by the premier’s mother-in-law Vusiwe Maziya (nee) Tsela on Tuesday.

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