ORLANDO, Fla. — A week has passed since the Orlando nightclub shooting that killed 49 club patrons and the funeral processions are wrapping up, but survivors and victims’ families say they realize the nightmare will live on long after
When Dan Diamond was 12, his mother gave him a book titled It All Begins With a Date: Jewish Concerns About Intermarriage. At the time, it seemed a bizarre gift for someone so young, but its aim was clear. Mr. Diamond was expected to
Local faith leaders look back on pontiff’s edict on climate, social change.
Edwin F. O’Brien will be keynote speaker at annual priests convocation.
Heavy donation CedarCreek Church’s April 9 through May 8 spring food and clothing drive broke Easter Seals collection records in a major way. During the five weeks of the drive, held at all five of the northwest Ohio church’s locations,
Women’s Retreat, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today, United Church of God, 710 Phillips Ave. “Revitalized by God’s Spirit.” Lunch is included. Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org. Freewill offering. St. Philip Lutheran Church outdoor
He will speak today at the Kent Branch Library.
ATLANTA — Across the U.S., Muslims mourned the loss of 49 people after a shooting at an Orlando gay nightclub. Nauman Butt is hopeful that out of that tragedy might come a chance for dialogue and greater acceptance of LGBT Muslims. Butt, 32,
Rossford United Methodist Church is holding its annual Vacation Bible School event June 20-23 for children ages 3 through eighth grade. This year’s theme is “Cave Quest.” The Bible school runs from 5:15-8:30 p.m. daily and
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis scathingly decried the pursuit for perfect bodies today, saying such obsession leads to society hiding away the disabled to avoid offending sensibilities of what he termed “the privileged few.” In St.