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Rancho Mirage hosted the awards ceremony for Holocaust Survivor Frances Nassau

Rancho Mirage hosted the awards ceremony for Holocaust Survivor Frances Nassau

The Tolerance Education Center in Rancho Mirage hosted the awards ceremony for Holocaust Survivor Frances Nassau. The California Assembly awards a Holocaust Survivor each year during Holocaust Memorial Week. Assemblyman…

Argentinian Jorge Mario Bergoglio named as new Pope, to be called Pope Francis I

Argentinian Jorge Mario Bergoglio named as new Pope, to be called Pope Francis I

Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, 76, of Argentina has been elected as Pope. He is the first Pope from Latin America in the history of the Catholic Church. The new Pope…

Did the Pope quit to dodge blame for misdeeds or just to do the right thing?

Did the Pope quit to dodge blame for misdeeds or just to do the right thing?

The latest allegation that a gay priest blackmail scandal was the reason for Benedict XVI’s sudden resignation shows that his sudden decision will be queried long after his departure, perhaps…

Pope Benedict XVI to resign, first pontiff to quit since Middle Ages

Pope Benedict XVI to resign, first pontiff to quit since Middle Ages

Pope Benedict XVI is to resign for reasons relating to his health, according to a Vatican spokesperson. He’s the first head of the Catholic Church to quit the highest post…

Los Angeles cardinal stripped of duties over sex abuse accusations

Los Angeles cardinal stripped of duties over sex abuse accusations

Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez has relieved his predecessor, Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, from any and all public duties as a result of his mishandling of the decades-long clergy sex…

Jesus not born ‘yesterday’: Majority of Christians do not believe December 25 Christ’s birth date

The majority of those who took part in the poll “What Do Christians Really Believe about Christmas”, 83 percent, are sure: Jesus was not born on December 25. 96 percent…

Peers in prayer: Israel may review gender inequality at holy site

Peers in prayer: Israel may review gender inequality at holy site

Pressured by rights activists and foreign Jewish diaspora, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has asked for a review of an Orthodox-backed law which restricts the ways how women can pray at…

Gay glory: First gay-friendly ‘Queen’ James Bible released

Gay glory: First gay-friendly ‘Queen’ James Bible released

To resolve the “interpretive ambiguity in the Bible as it pertains to homosexuality”, the world’s first “gay Bible” has been released claiming to have finally translated the Christian holy texts…

One in six worldwide has no religion – study

One in six worldwide has no religion – study

The religiously unaffiliated people make up the third largest group around the world after Christians and Muslims. This group estimates roughly 16 % of the world’s population and is heavily…

Anti-Morsi protesters break through wired fences of presidential palace, injuries reported

Anti-Morsi protesters break through wired fences of presidential palace, injuries reported

Several guards have been injured after protesters broke through barbed wire around the presidential palace in Cairo. Tens of thousands have come to the palace to slam Egyptian President Mohamed…

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