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Gay Rights Activists Hope for The Pope’s Blessings in Uganda
KAMPALA, Uganda, Nov 24 2015 (IPS) - This week Pope Francis is making his first trip to Africa in his as leader of the Catholic church. While mass excitement is building in the three host countries, Kenya, Uganda and the Central African Republic (CAR),among people of all religions not everyone is in the mood to celebrate.

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Kurtis Blow, Whodini, Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force, and The Lockers Lead The 2015 Hip Hop Hall of Fame Awards TV Show Inductee Class
NEW YORK, NY, Nov 24, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- The Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum prepares to have some new members added to the growing list of Inductees ahead of its December 2015 Office and Youth Arts & Media Academy Opening in Harlem. The Hip Hop Hall of Fame Awards unveils the first four....

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Costly Affair but What Is the Cost-Benefit of Papal Visit?
In its 2015/16 Budget framework paper, government requested Parliament to put aside Shs5b for the papal visit due this Friday. Pope Francis is this Friday expected to touch down at Entebbe International Airport at around 5pm as he begins a three-day packed visit to Uganda.

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The Church in Malmö offering refugee accommodation
In September, the Swedish Church first opened its doors to refugees for the occasional night or two. On Saturday, it received an official, direct request from the Swedish Migration Agency to provide shelter for the mainly, single men who cannot be housed by the under pressure immigration authority.

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Childhood attack silenced pianist's right hand, but not his dream
Norman Malone doesn't remember how or why he came to music at age 5, since no one else in his family cared a whit about it, he says. Maybe it was hearing Chicago gospel queen Mahalia Jackson thundering on the radio or listening to rousing hymns every Sunday morning at Holy Angels Catholic Church, on....

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Central African Republic Leaders Urge Cease-Fire as Pope Visits
Religious leaders in the Central African Republic called for a cease-fire in the war-torn nation before Pope Francis arrives for a two-day visit on Nov. 29. Catholic Bishop Dieudonne Nzanapalainga, Reverend Pascal Guerekoyame-Gbangou, the head of the Protestant church, and Muslim representative Imam....

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Priest who got parishioner pregnant lines up return Northern Ireland priest was put on gardening leave by the Catholic Church.
The 52-year-old cleric announced he was undertaking “spiritual guidance” to “repair the damage and hurt” he had caused. But after eight months out of the spotlight the priest has started stepping out in public again. Last month talented guitarist Fr Dallat — who wooed his ex-lover ‘Linda’ with....

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Clergymen to stage sit-out in a container
Rev Lindsay Blair of Eglinton Presbyterian Church (on left) and Rev Paul Hoey, Rector of Faughanvale (missing from the photo is Fr Noel McDermott, who will also be taking part in the Container Sit-out). Three local clergymen are to stage a sit-out in a container in Eglinton this weekend to raise awareness of the plight of refugees.

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Pope Francis issues 'peace' messages for African trip
Vatican city: Pope Francis in a video sent message of 'peace, reconciliation, dialogue' to Kenya, Uganda and the war-torn Central African Republic (CAR), ahead of a visit to the three nations beginning on Wednesday. Pope Francis. Pic/AFP. "Your dear country has for too long known violence and....

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Posts by Lemmy Ughegbe, Abuja
By Amos kobor Workers PHOTO:www.businessinsider.com Says this will trigger labour unrest THE Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FRC) has warned state governors of the dangers of cut in workers salaries following the... By Amos kobor The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah....

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Pope To See Challenges Faced By Church In Africa
Vatican City (AFP) - Africa remains fertile territory for the Catholic Church but the rise of Islamism and competition from evangelical churches have left it facing tough challenges as Pope Francis prepares for his first visit to the continent. As believer numbers dwindle in many industrialised countries, Africa has picked up the slack.

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