Daily Archives: December 7, 2011


Top 11 Religion Stories Of 2011

In the final days of 2011 we pause to reflect on the year that has past — the good, the bad and the ugly. Here…

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Graham released from hospital

From the CNN Wire Staff (CNN)–Evangelist Billy Graham left an Asheville, North Carolina hospital Tuesday after being treated for pneumonia. Graham, 93, returned home after six days at Mission Hospital, the medical center said in a statement. "We are gratified that he has had a good response to treatment and we're committed to good home [...]

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POLL: Would You Buy A Religious Video Game?

Video games such as "Modern Warfare," "Grand Theft Auto" and "Madden NFL" are popular among kids, teens and adults today, but how do games with…

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My Take: Jesus was a free marketer, not an Occupier

Editor's note: Tony Perkins is president of the Family Research Council in Washington. By Tony Perkins, Special to CNN (CNN) – One of the last instructions Jesus gave his disciples was "Occupy till I come." As Jesus was about to enter Jerusalem for the last time, just before his crucifixion, he was keenly aware that [...]

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Federal program denies grant to Catholic group to help sex trafficking victims

By Chris Boyette, CNN (CNN) – The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has denied a grant request from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to help victims of sex trafficking over concerns they will not get access to information on contraceptive services, family planning and abortion. Critics of the Obama administration were quick [...]

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Couple reacts to reverse on interracial couple ban

(CNN)–Stella Harville discusses Gulnare Free Will Baptist Church's decision to reverse a ban on interracial couples with CNN's Erin Burrnett. The problem began in June when Stella Harville, who grew up going to the Kentucky church, brought her fiance, Ticha Chikuni, who is black, to the small church, where on average about 40 people meet [...]

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Losing the Turban: Indian Sikhs at odds on essentials

By Moni Basu, CNN New Delhi (CNN) – On a Saturday afternoon, Balbir Singh and Malkeet Singh find sanctuary from the Indian capital's chaos in the landmark Bangla Sahib gurdwara, or Sikh temple. The two friends, like so many young Sikhs, have come on this day to reflect on their faith. They acknowledge their sin [...]

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Veteran Priest Beaten, Robbed Inside Church

A veteran Chicago priest was beaten and robbed inside the Far South Side church where he has served as a pastor since 1977. Rev. Daniel…

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Skeletal Santa Hanging On Crucifix Sparks Controversy

‘Tis the season for a Christmas decoration scandal. A Virginia town is grappling with a controversy pitting free speech advocates against Christmas defenders after a…

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Courthouse’s Crucified Santa Skeleton Taken Down (PHOTOS)

WASHINGTON — The Loudoun County Courthouse is no longer home to an unusually inflammatory Christmas display — a skeleton in a Santa suit, hanging on…

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Fantastic Christmas Trees From Around The World (PHOTOS)

Decorating a Christmas tree is one of the most celebrated holidays traditions around the world. It is claimed that the tradition of decorating an evergreen…

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