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In November, Father Dimitrie Vincent was injured and paralyzed after a horrible accident during a hockey game. The priest lost his balance while playing in an over-60 men’s recreational hockey league game at the Redford Ice Arena. “We were coming […]

Church leaders have said that they will finally reopen the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem on Wednesday, after shutting it down in protest due to a newly proposed tax plan that was to impose taxes on church properties […]

On MSNBC’s “Hugh Hewitt” last Saturday, well-known Harvard professor Steven Pinker asked where was God during the massacre that left 17 dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School in Parkland, Florida. Pinker was on the show to discuss his new […]

Daily Mail reported on Friday that Google Home wasn’t responding when users were asking the speaker “Who is Jesus?” Instead, the device would respond with “I’m not sure how to help you with that.” Users of the voice-activated digital assistant shared their […]

On Monday, archaeologist in Isreal discovered a 2,700-year-old seal that supports the Bible’s record of a governor ruling over the city of Jerusalem. The small clay piece is imprinted with a seal in ancient Hebrew that translates to “belonging to […]

Like many churches, services at the Coachella Valley Church begin and end with the Lord’s Prayer. The service lasts about one hour and is filled with Christian prayers and sermons. Somewhere in between, there is the sacrament. However at churches like […]

Three Muslim female police officers are being praised as heroes after attempting to save the lives of Coptic Christians that were being targeted in two attacks that took place in Egypt on Sunday. The suicide bombings were claimed by ISIS, […]