More than 300 people passed through the fair gathering information that was available at exhibits and workshops, all facilitated by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints members who already have their own survival gear, food and water storage and in some cases emergency shelters.
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The Vatican on Friday tried to tamp down a firestorm ignited by Pope Francis' comments assailing Donald Trump's views on U.S. immigration as "not Christian," saying it was not a personal attack or attempt to influence the U.S. campaign.
On the frontline of Brazil's fight against Zika, Vandson Holanda sends Roman Catholic volunteers into the poorest areas of this city, showing residents how to protect themselves against mosquitoes that carry the virus linked to birth defects.
Pope Francis assailed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's views on U.S. immigration as "not Christian" on Thursday, prompting the billionaire businessman to assail the religious leader as "disgraceful" for questioning his faith.
Ash Wednesday marked the beginning of Lent last week, meaning Christians across the country are in observation of the annual tradition of choosing something to give up until Easter Sunday.
Celebrating Mass for more than 300,000 people in one of Mexico´s poorest and most dangerous cities, Pope Francis on Sunday took a swipe at the country's rich and corrupt elite.
Pope Francis called on Mexico's government on Saturday to fight endemic corruption and drug trafficking and he then prayed with thousands before the icon that unites the country — the Virgin of Guadalupe.
After gathering for 10 years at Centennial High School, St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church has a sparkling new home in the northwest valley.
Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill embraced and kissed on Friday in a historic meeting nearly 1,000 years after the Eastern and Western branches of Christianity split apart.
Rev. J Barry Vaughn, rector of the Christ Church Episcopal, joins other ministers from his church to deliver ashes to anyone on the Strip for Ash Wednesday.
Nevada's only sanctuary church has already protected one person living in the country illegally who was facing imminent deportation.
Traipse through a Las Vegas Chinatown back alley on a chilly January evening, and you might run into a dragon practicing its glide.
Pastors at several Las Vegas churches say streaming their services online offers a new way to reach people outside the traditional walls of the sanctuary.
A federal judge ruled on Monday that developers building a replica of Noah's Ark for a controversial Kentucky theme park can use religious beliefs as part of their hiring criteria and still retain tax incentives.
With older Americans and baby boomers passing away, the new generation rising up to replace them is "simply far less religious, far less likely to identify with Christianity, including mainline Protestantism."
Pope Francis, who has acknowledged being "a disaster" when it comes to technology, said on Friday that the Internet, social networks and text messages were "a gift of God" if used wisely.
Pope Francis on Thursday overturned centuries of tradition that banned women from a foot-washing service during Lent, upsetting conservatives and delighting women's rights activists.
A tiny black Fiat 500L that ferried Pope Francis through Philadelphia during his historic first visit to the United States will be auctioned next week, officials said on Wednesday.
The Jewish Community Center of Southern Nevada initiated "Jewish University" to spark interest and discussion in a range of topics touching on Judaism. The new endeavor gets its name from a desire to offer in-depth lectures, long and short courses, and other events that challenge thinking and understanding.
Caleb Scow, 13, gently cupped the tablet computer in his hands as he shared a video portraying Jesus' baptism with his family.
Onstage and in literature, gay Mormons are experiencing a growing presence in pop culture.
There are times when the music from outside events is so loud that the windows at Temple Baptist Church in downtown Las Vegas shake, the Rev. Steve Smith says.
A man meticulously wraps bacon around the handles of a mosque's entrances early Sunday. The video in which the act was caught shows him holding a piece of the raw product in his mouth.