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Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion
The Associated Press. TERRY TANG PHOENIX (AP) — For nearly 20 years, John Feit was known around the St. Vincent de Paul nonprofit agency as one its most compassionate employees. The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family.

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Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion
PHOENIX For nearly 20 years, John Feit was known around the St. Vincent de Paul nonprofit agency as one its most compassionate employees. The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family.

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Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion
The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family. His desire to help others was apparent at his church and whenever he showed up on the doorsteps of the poor with donated food or furniture.

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True health
Age is just a number. Pastor Apollo Quiboloy This was my reply to a query if voters should factor in a candidate’s age in making their choice. Holding office is not like buying beer where one should flash an ID to prove that he has reached the allowable minimum age to be intoxicated .

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Valentine - 'Distributing Condom Openly Is Like Encouraging Immoralities, Evil'
Residents of the FCT on Friday expressed divergent opinions on free distribution of condoms by civil society groups and health related NGOs as Valentine celebrations approached. Ahead of the February 14 valentine celebrations, condoms were being distributed in parks and event centres in the territory by the groups.

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Archdiocese to close St. Adalbert, reorganize five other Pilsen parishes
St. Adalbert Catholic Church, where crumbling towers have been covered in scaffolding for the past year, will close, the said Sunday. Chicago Archdiocese In addition to the closure, the archdiocese added that St. Pius V, St. Paul and St. Procopius Catholic churches will remain as the three central Pilsen parishes, although St.

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Why valentine’s day is against God’s principle – CLAM Pastor, Oladiyun
The General Overseer of Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministry, CLAM, Pastor Wole Oladiyun, today condemned the celebration of Valentine’s day by Christians, saying it’s human and against God’s principle. “Valentine’s day celebration is a human doctrine and so the church should distance itself from....

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PDP, Ohanaeze Ndigbo arm twisted Bishop Onaga to transfer Mbaka, says parishioners
BY FRANCIS IGATA ENUGU – Members of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu Nigeria, AMEN, Sunday,accused the Catholic Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Most Rev. Calistus Onaga, of bowing to the pressures from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, over the recent transfer of Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka.

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Former Priest Arrested in Cold Case Known for Compassion
For nearly 20 years, John Feit was known around the St. Vincent de Paul nonprofit agency as one its most compassionate employees. The former priest worked in downtown Phoenix with food-pantry volunteers and even raised money to buy a house for a needy family.

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Syrians not the only ones facing adversity at home, say non-Syrian refugees
TORONTO – Solomon didn’t face a welcoming committee with cameras clicking when he landed in Toronto as a refugee. Instead, he got a send-off. The smuggler who had brought him into the country gave him a lift into one of the city’s predominantly Ethiopian neighbourhoods, wished him well and left him to fend for himself.

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Don Follis: Top Valentine's Day secrets are anchored in love
On this Valentine's Day Sunday I thought I had better give you my top "secrets" for a happy marriage. They've served me well for a long time — more than three-and-a-half decades. A great marriage is well worth the hard work, and these ideas will keep you on the long, winding road all the way to the sunset.

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Does Canada have a two-tier refugee system?
TORONTO — Solomon didn't face a welcoming committee with cameras clicking when he landed in Toronto as a refugee. Instead, he got a send-off. The smuggler who had brought him into the country gave him a lift into one of the city's predominantly Ethiopian neighbourhoods, wished him well and left him to fend for himself.

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Presidential race exposes growing divisions among evangelicals
As older, predominantly white churchgoers age and a younger generation thinks differently about faith, evangelicals are fracturing as a voting bloc and the power of pastors to all but endorse candidates from the pulpit is fading. Many churchgoers are frustrated with what they see as a long list of....

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Syrians not the only ones facing adversity at home, say non-Syrian refugees
TORONTO - Solomon didn't face a welcoming committee with cameras clicking when he landed in Toronto as a refugee. Instead, he got a send-off. The smuggler who had brought him into the country gave him a lift into one of the city's predominantly Ethiopian neighbourhoods, wished him well and left him to fend for himself.

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Grace Mugabe mauls Mnangagwa
HARARE - Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa's political career in Zanu-PF is hanging in the balance, after First Lady Grace Mugabe launched a thinly-veiled frontal attack on President Robert Mugabe's embattled deputy yesterday. The powerful First Lady ominously accused Mnangagwa — among a litany of....

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Idoma people allege marginalization, say SSG now plays Deputy Governor’s role
Contrary to the claims by the Benue State deputy Governor, Eng. Benson Abounu that the Idoma people are not being marginalised in the scheme of things at the state level, reports from the state suggests, serious marginalization is ongoing in the state.

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More prayers for Marius Fransman
But Pastor Peter Stevenson of the Rapha Pentecostal Church would also be praying for the woman who has accused him of sexually assaulting her while they travelled to the party's 104th birthday commemoration in Rustenberg. "When a person is in a situation like this we think it has an impact on the family,'' he told News24.

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5 Unhinged Right-Wing Moments This Week: Cruz Embraces His Truly Hateful Supporters
While Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders spent the week meeting with black leaders in their heated contest for black voters, Republican candidates were also scrambling for high-profile endorsements. In the case of Ted Cruz, having a membership to that club is increasingly questionable.

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Only God can give happiness - Obasanjo
Ex-Nigerian president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Monday, declared that man can only find genuine happiness in Jesus, through Jesus and from Jesus by the grace, love, mercy and providence of God, our heavenly Father, contending that relational connection with God is the source of true happiness. And that is the way to pursue happiness attainably.

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Pastor Adeboye proffers solution to current economic crisis
The Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has called on Nigerians in leadership positions at different levels to imbibe the fear of God and depend absolutely on Him for the country’s economy to witness a divine turnaround.

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What really makes Angela Merkel a fascinating role model for women Mary Kenny
She herself brushes aside notions of "role models", although it has been observed that she has a portrait on her office wall of a particularly strong role model: Sophie von Anhalt-Zerbst, the minor German princess who became Czarina Catherine the Great of All the Russias - enlightened but ruthless in the wielding of imperial power.

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Getting Personal: Phillip W. Edwards
Getting Personal is a Q&A with a local personality. Here, 49-year-old Savoy resident Phillip W. Edwards, Urbana's fire marshal, chats with The News-Gazette's Paul Wood. How did you become a firefighter? Do you have a military background? Initially, I never considered firefighting as an option. A good friend of mine suggested I apply and test.

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IRO president: I feel ashamed for women
RELIGIOUS leaders sympathise with Port-of-Spain Mayor Raymond Tim Kee in the midst of women’s rights groups calling for his head, with the Inter-Religious Organisation (IRO) president Harrypersad Maharaj, yesterday saying the mayor’s comments were taken out of context.

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Politicians should step up for workers
Updated 10 hours ago It was wonderful to see U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle and state Rep. Frank Dermody seeking stop-gap assistance for the locked-out Allegheny Technologies Inc. workers. But where are the other politicians? One would have thought that President Obama, whom the United Steelworkers....

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Grace Mugabe mauls Mnangagwa
The powerful First Lady ominously accused Mnangagwa — among a litany of other deadly charges — of deception, faking love for President Robert Mugabe, and in fact working feverishly to topple the long-ruling nonagenarian from power. Addressing thousands of Zanu-PF supporters at her latest....

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Only God can give happiness, says Obasanjo
By Sam Eyoboka & Olayinka Latona. FORMER Nigerian president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Monday, declared that man can only find genuine happiness in Jesus, through Jesus and from Jesus by the grace, love, mercy and providence of God, our heavenly Father, contending that relational connection with God is the source of true happiness.

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