Saturday, May 30, 2020


Lightning strikes 186-year-old New Hampshire church, sparking fire

A historic church in New Hampshire sustained serious damage after the building's steeple was struck by lightning Tuesday as strong storms made their way through the area. Source link

Man who said he planned church attack gets nearly 3 years

A white supremacist has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison for illegally buying a gun authorities say he planned to use in a hate crime attack similar to the South Carolina church shootings. Source link

Christianity in the Crosshairs: Why the West Is Losing Its Faith

Though religiosity is growing worldwide, in the West it is declining. Atheists claim that logic and scientific rationales are causing the decline — they’re mistaken. Source link

Judge Says Cannabis Church Can't Use Marijuana as a Sacrament

A judge in Indiana on Friday dismissed a Cannabis church's case defending weed as a religious sacrament, the Indianapolis Star reports. Source link

Witnesses await church sex abuse report with hope for change

Witnesses who testified about child sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church are eagerly anticipating the release of a report from the Pennsylvania attorney general's two-year grand jury investigation. Source link

Pennsylvania court to hear objections to church abuse report

Pennsylvania's highest court will not allow the immediate release of a grand jury report into allegations of decades of child sexual abuse in six Roman Catholic dioceses. Source link

Episcopal Church considers making God gender neutral

The Episcopal Church formed a committee Wednesday to “provide a pathway” toward revising the Book of Common Prayer to include gender-neutral language. Source link

Priest who booted funeral from church placed on leave

A Maryland priest has been placed on administrative leave after he booted mourners from a church where they were to hold a funeral. Source link

Undocumented immigrant seeks sanctuary at Seattle church: report

An undocumented immigrant in Seattle took refuge inside a downtown church just hours before he was supposed to be deported Thursday, reports said. Source link

Suspect in ritualistic 1974 California church murder apparently kills himself

Northern California authorities said that Steve Blake Crawford, a suspect in Arlis Perry's ritualistic church murder, apparently killed himself when detectives with a search warrant knocked on his door. Source link

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