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Two million pilgrims converge on Mecca for the hajj

(AFP) - Two million Muslims from across the globe are converging on Mecca in Saudi Arabia for the hajj pilgrimage, a religious duty and for some pilgrims the journey...

Security high before Indian court sentences guru for rapes

(AP) — A curfew is in place in a north Indian town where a spiritual guru who was convicted of rape last week is scheduled to be sentenced Monday. A...

Zimbabwe: Pastors get ‘healing’ warning

africanews.com:-Zimbabwe’s health ministry has warned pastors against healing diseases without medical practice certificates from health authorities. Deputy Health and Child Care Minister Aldrin Musiiwa told the media on Wednesday that...

Scholar says : Don’t take the bible literally

The Telegraph:-The earliest Latin interpretation of the Gospels has been brought to light by a British academic – and it suggests that readers should not take the Bible literally. Lost...

Barbados clergyman criticises his own Anglican church

Barbados Today:-The hierarchy of the Anglican Church in Barbados has come in for a severe tongue lashing from a fellow man of the cloth, who is accusing the church...

St. Jude Hospital begins weekly religious service

Press Release:-Patients at St Jude Hospital were able to praise and worship today as the institution commenced weekly spiritual service for patients, staff and visitors. Today’s service was led...

St. Jude Hospital patients receive spiritual care

Patients at St Jude Hospital were able to praise and worship today as the institution commenced weekly spiritual service for patients, staff and visitors. Today’s service was led by...

Atheists thought immoral, even by fellow atheists: study

(AFP) - An unusual social study has revealed that atheists are more easily suspected of vile deeds than Christians, Muslims, Hindus or Buddhists -- strikingly, even by fellow atheists,...

Archbishop of Uganda to boycott global meeting over gay marriage

africanews.com:-Stanley Ntagali, the Archbishop of Uganda, has disclosed that he will not attend the next meeting of Anglican leaders citing the gradual acceptance of same-sex marriage by the church. The...

Buggery Law splits church in Jamaica

Caribbean 360:-KINGSTON, Jamaica, Monday July 31, 2017 – There’s a divide in the church in Jamaica over the decriminalization of buggery, and it has prompted the Jamaica Council of Churches...