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  • Documents on clergy sex abuse unsealed

    Documents on clergy sex abuse unsealed
    Documents on sex abuse cases kept confidential for years by the Roman Catholic Diocese were made public Sunday on a website of victims' attorneys, after a judge ordered their release. The document dump includes multiple files on 48 priests. According to...
  • In Theory: Pray alone, or in a group?

    A study published in the September issue of the Southern Medical Journal, titled "Study of the Therapeutic Effects of Proximal Intercessory Prayer on Auditory and Visual Impairments in Mozambique" involved examining two groups of people — 14 with...
  • Community center becomes checkup central

    Community center becomes checkup central
    Glendale's Pacific Community Center became a doctor's office Saturday as hundreds of people had their eyes, blood and balance checked at the inaugural Glendale Health Festival. People from around the region filled the gym as doctors, nurses, physical...
  • In Theory: What is the role of religion?

    David Hartman, a Jerusalem-based rabbi and philosopher, recently sat down for an interview with CNN's Izzy Lemberg. In the interview, Hartman wonders whether religion is really helpful to the human condition. "There's a whole bunch of myths that religions...
  • Cruise Port Spotlight: St. George's, Grenada

    Cruise Port Spotlight: St. George's, Grenada
    A cruise passenger who wants to "spice" up his life can certainly do so --literally--during his ship's call to Grenada. Known as the "Spice Island," Grenada boasts more spices per square mile than anywhere else in the world: ginger, cocoa, cinnamon, mace,...
  • In Theory: Can people be possessed?

    In Theory Question: A group of Catholic bishops gathered in Baltimore last week to examine what scripture and canon law have to say about exorcism. According to CNN's Belief Blog, bishops will look at what the Bible says, "paying careful attention to...
  • Founder Of Ellis Parking Dies At 81

    Founder Of Ellis Parking Dies At 81
    The man responsible for providing hundreds of parking spaces to the downtown Grand Rapids area, has passed away. Kenneth Ellis died of cancer at his home on Friday at the age of 81. Ellis founded the parking lot service more than 50 years ago. His son...
  • Students Remind Drivers About Safety Zones

    Students Remind Drivers About Safety Zones
    Students at The school at St. George Place" dedicated much of today to remembering a kindergartner who was killed outside the school two years ago. The young boy's mother tells me he really loved his school and spent a lot of time there. Friday...
  • Is secularism a threat to religious freedom?

    Q. A Mormon leader recently made a speech, in which he claimed religious freedom in America is under assault from secularization and a growing gay rights movement. In his speech, Elder Dallin H. Oaks warned of “an alarming trajectory of events...
  • In Theory: Dealing with the holiday hustle

    The busiest weeks of the year are approaching, as people hustle and bustle to get ready for the holiday season. Then there is Lobsang Tenzin Negi, a former Buddhist monk who presides over a Buddhist monastery in Atlanta. He teaches a form of meditation...
  • Day Trip: Swimming ponies and garden lights

    Day Trip: Swimming ponies and garden lights
    Chincoteague, Va. Pony Swim Experience one of Chincoteague's oldest traditions at the annual Pony Penning and Carnival. On Wednesday, watch Chincoteague's own "saltwater cowboys" herd the island's wild ponies across the Assateague Channel to the...