Move over, “The Poseidon Adventure.” Fat chance, “Earthquake.” Don’t even try, “Armageddon.”
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Parish-sponsored fish fries during Lent are a tradition in many parts of the country. In Las Vegas, not so much. But St. Viator’s fish fry is as much about fellowship and parish bonding as it is a cheap meal.
Christ Lutheran Church has been born again. It celebrated paying off its $755,000 mortgage with a Burn the Mortgage ceremony March 23.
If it’s Torah, commercials and the bubbliest rabbi in town, it must be between 9 and 11 a.m. Sunday mornings on KDWN-AM 720, aka “The Rabbi Show.”
Talk about your Holy Trinity. An Alaska priest was charged with driving under the influence and misdemeanor weapons and drug charges Monday after being stopped for speeding and weaving on a highway near Fairbanks.
Paulette McDonald, 58, is a St. Andrew’s parishioner in Boulder City, and a lifelong Catholic. For her and others, the religious season of Lent and its 40 days leading up to Easter are an opportunity for self-transformation. And, it has nothing to do with giving up chocolate.
Religious leaders say Pope Francis has quietly started a new era in relations between the Roman Catholic Church and rival Pentecostals. And he did it with just an iPhone and a video greeting.
Pope Francis on Wednesday permanently removed a German bishop from his Limburg diocese after his 31 million-euro ($43-million) new residence complex caused an uproar among the faithful. Francis had temporarily expelled Monsignor Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst from Limburg in October pending a church inquiry.
An ancient relic that many Christians revere as Jesus Christ’s “Crown of Thorns” has made a special public appearance at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
The collapse of the economy in 2008 left a wide swath of destruction ranging from small businesses to homes and even churches. Christ Lutheran Church survived the downturn and, thanks to donations from the estates of two members of the congregation, the church is becoming debt-free.