Daily Archives: March 28, 2012

 

Once in a Castro labor camp, now Cuba’s cardinal

By David Ariosto, CNN Havana, Cuba (CNN) – Not long after Fidel Castro and his bearded band of guerilla fighters rolled into Havana in 1959, conditions appeared so dire for the island’s Catholic clergymen that their cardinal fled to Argentina’s Embassy seeking political asylum. Manuel Arteaga died in 1963 from illness while still in Cuba, [...]

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WATCH: David Archuleta Cuts His Hair for Mormon Mission

It’s been a little over three months since David Archuleta surprised his fans with the announcement that he was putting his music career on hold…

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WATCH: David Archuleta Cuts His Hair for Mormon Mission

It’s been a little over three months since David Archuleta surprised his fans with the announcement that he was putting his music career on hold…

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High School To Students: Delete Facebook Account Or Be Expelled

Controversy ensued after Beis Rivkah High School in Brooklyn, N.Y., pulled from class every 11th grade student who used Facebook and handed them a written…

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Pennsylvania Church Kidnaps Teens, Holds Them At Gunpoint To Teach Them A Lesson

The Glad Tidings Assembly of God church in Middleton, Pa., has sparked outrage after a teaching exercise traumatized its youth group and left some with…

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Pennsylvania Church Kidnaps Teens, Holds Them At Gunpoint To Teach Them A Lesson

The Glad Tidings Assembly of God church in Middleton, Pa., has sparked outrage after a teaching exercise traumatized its youth group and left some with…

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The pope, political prisoners and Cuba

(CNN)–Pope Benedict XVI visits Cuba following the Vatican-brokered release of political prisoners. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.

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Celebrating the Festival of Colors

(CNN)–Thousands gathered in Spanish Fork, Utah, for Holi, the annual Festival of Colors.
CNN affiliate KSTU reports on how the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple celebrated by tossing colors into the air and at each other to mark the spring festival.

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PHOTOS: Pope Benedict Arrives In Cuba In Footsteps Of John Paul II

SANTIAGO, Cuba — Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Cuba on Monday in the footsteps of his more famous predecessor, gently pressing the island’s longtime communist…

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Papal visit to Cuba spurs talk of jailed U.S. contractor

By David Ariosto, CNN Havana, Cuba (CNN) – Pope Benedict XVI traveled to Cuba this week, forging inroads with the Castro government and ultimately helping to bring about the release of a jailed American contractor. At least, that's how Judy Gross would like to see this week's papal visit play out. "I hope it's very [...]

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Pat Robertson Makes Shocking New Claim About Homosexuality

Learning that Pat Robertson has something newly outrageous say about homosexuality isn’t really all that shocking. The "700 Club" host has never hidden the fact…

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