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  • Glen Stassen dies at 78; took a biblical approach to peace activism

    Glen Stassen, a Christian ethicist who left a budding career in nuclear physics to study theology and who went on to develop a biblically based framework for peace activism, has died. He was 78. Stassen, the son of former Minnesota Gov. Harold Stassen,...
  • Baseball: Southern Section playoff scores

    BASEBALL SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION 1 First round, Friday, 3:15 p.m. unless noted Brea Olinda at #1 JSerra Thousand Oaks at Valencia Edison at Millikan Riverside North at Harvard-Westlake Corona Santiago at Huntington Beach Chaminade at...
  • Living Here: Performing arts

    Living Here: Performing arts
    Watch a dance, attend a play, listen to a concert. Hampton Roads has many local groups as well as visiting artists with national reputations who offer great performances. It's a perfect way to expand your horizons and introduce your children to the arts....
  • Report: Pastor who married Kanye West and Kim Kardashian is from Miami Gardens church

    Report: Pastor who married Kanye West and Kim Kardashian is from Miami Gardens church
    Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are officially married, reports People.com The couple tied the knot Saturday afternoon at the Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy. According to People, Bruce Jenner walked Kimmy down the aisle. The couple were married...
  • China demolition of church in Wenzhou leaves Christians uneasy

    China demolition of church in Wenzhou leaves Christians uneasy
    Purple and yellow petunias greeted the faithful ascending the steps of the Flowered Plain village church on Sunday, its graceful gray domes a shade darker than the overcast sky. Inside, men sat in the pews on the right, as is customary here, while women,...
  • Pope Francis prays at Bethlehem wall, calls for Middle East peace

    Pope Francis prays at Bethlehem wall, calls for Middle East peace
    Pope Francis made a surprise stop on Sunday at the wall Palestinians abhor as a symbol of Israeli oppression, and later invited presidents from both sides of the divide to the Vatican to pray for peace. In an image likely to become one of the most...
  • New United Methodist pastor comes from Atlanta

    New United Methodist pastor comes from Atlanta
    The Rev. Mandy Flemming will take over as the new pastor at Laguna Beach United Methodist Church in South Laguna beginning July 1, according to a news release. Bishop Minerva Carcano appointed Flemming to the post, currently held by interim Pastor...
  • The pope vs. Bibi on 'What Would Jesus Speak?'

    One of the odder moments of Pope Francis’ recent pilgrimage to the Holy Land was an exchange with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The subject was what language Jesus spoke. According to Reuters: “Jesus was here, in this land. He...
  • Israeli, Palestinian presidents to meet at Vatican for prayers

    Israeli, Palestinian presidents to meet at Vatican for prayers
    Israeli and Palestinian presidents meet in an unprecedented prayer meeting with Pope Francis on Sunday, a gesture he hopes will "re-create a desire, a possibility" of eventually relaunching the Middle East's stalled peace process. The Vatican has played...
  • Pastor admits charging $50K on church's credit cards, gets 15 years

    Pastor admits charging $50K on church's credit cards, gets 15 years
    A former South Side pastor who ran up more than $50,000 in personal expenses on the church’s credit cards was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for theft, according to Cook County prosecutors and court records. Bernard Johnson, 47, who was...
  • With gubernatorial hopefuls on hand, African-born Americans seek influence

    With gubernatorial hopefuls on hand, African-born Americans seek influence
    When the Rev. Darlingston Johnson tried to buy 120 acres in Montgomery County to accommodate his new church a decade ago, he quickly learned that local politicians were less devoted to practicing Christian–style kindness than he was. He needed a...