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Small businesses in need all over the country seek desperately needed loan assistance from Payday Champion. There they find many options from which small business can choose. Many will be shocked to learn that between 12,000 to 13,000 from 17,000 Catholic churches across the U.S. could apply for PPP loans.Read More →

Lorcan Walshe – The Artifacts Project The Hunt Museum is bringing ‘The Artefacts Project’ to Limerick from July 21 to September 11, giving visitors the chance to see familiar objects from pre-colonial Ireland in a different light. Lorcan Walshe’s “The Artefacts Project” works are inspired by indigenous craftsmanship and earlyRead More →

Shinzo Abe’s attacker originally planned to attack religious group leader: Police | AP/PTI The man who fatally shot former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told police he originally planned to attack a leader of a religious group, Japanese media reported on Saturday, citing law enforcement sources. Tetsuya Yamagami, 41, alsoRead More →

Police confirmed they received complaints after a religious group carrying sandwich boards marched through the streets of Lynn telling others of their “sins”. Members of the group, who distribute leaflets around town, were seen speaking into the microphone about the “sins of homosexuality” and “repenting of being a sinner”. SeveralRead More →

by Alexa Hassell & Jorge Gomez • 5 minimum reading Believers in historically Christian countries are self-censoring their religious beliefs at an increasing rate, according to a recent study. The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe, together with the Observatory of Religious Liberty in Latin America andRead More →

President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on school administrators to stop discriminating against students on the basis of their religious beliefs, saying Kenya’s 2010 Constitution guarantees freedom of worship. Speaking at the Moi International Sports Complex in Kasarani on Sunday during celebrations marking 100 years of Akurinu Church, the presidentRead More →

Download logo President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on school administrators to stop discriminating against students on the basis of their religious beliefs, saying Kenya’s 2010 Constitution guarantees freedom of worship. Speaking at the Moi International Sports Complex in Kasarani on Sunday during celebrations marking 100 years of Akurinu Church, theRead More →

HOUSTON — Texas authorities shed some more light Thursday on how a child whose parents were murdered in 1980 came to safety in the arms of an adoptive family. Holly Marie Clouse disappeared sometime before Jan. 12, 1981, when the decomposing bodies of her parents, 21-year-old Harold Dean Clouse Jr.Read More →

The right to life is a human principle. Being against abortion is a religious principle As an ex-monk, I may have a different perspective on abortion than people who oppose it. First, I can’t imagine anyone thinking abortion is a good method of birth control, especially women who have hadRead More →

The Akal Takht wants the harmonium removed of the Golden Temple over the next three years. Giani Harpreet Singh, Jathedar of Akal Takht, recently asked the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) to ensure that the deadline is met. On May 21, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) set itsRead More →

An American evangelist who was previously barred from preaching in Wales has insisted he does not preach hatred and even accused the Welsh government of “discriminating against religious beliefs”. Franklin Graham is due to appear at the International Convention Center (ICC) in Newport on Saturday evening (May 21). Labeled aRead More →

(The Conversation) — The leaked draft of Judge Samuel Alito’s opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organizationwho sent shock waves across the United States, indicates that a majority of Supreme Court justices will likely overturn the constitutional right to abortion granted in Roe vs. Wade. Using unusually harsh language,Read More →

Franklin Graham once again receives a denial from a UK official who challenged the evangelist’s religious beliefs on marriage and sexuality. Graham, who is the President and CEO of Billy Graham Evangelical Association (BGEA) and the humanitarian ministry Samaritan’s Purse, embarks on its “God loves you” tour this month andRead More →

Wang Wenbin, spokesperson for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. – APPLICATION Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin hopes Sweden will respect the religious beliefs of Muslims and other minority groups. He says they oppose discriminatory rhetoric against certain religions and civilizations. Large-scale unrest broke out across Sweden, resulting inRead More →

Senator Panfilo Lacson and Senate President Vicente Sotto III (Photo by Lacson-Sotto Media Office) MANILA, Philippines — A religious group has expressed support for the candidacies of Senator Panfilo Lacson and his running mate, Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III, citing the pair’s vision for “good governance and integrity toRead More →

On April 6, Boise State Dean of Students Christian Wuthrich sent an email warning of the presence of an unidentified religious group on campus after receiving multiple complaints of student harassment. According to information provided to the university, members of this group, who are not university students, use various manipulationRead More →

This article was originally published here BMJ open. 2022 Apr 1;12(4):e052750. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-052750. ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION: Sub-Saharan Africa continues to be disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. Thus, several countries in sub-Saharan Africa are implementing the UNAIDS recommendation to test and treat people living with HIV (PLHIV) regardless of their CD4 count. However,Read More →

Actress Anupamaa Anagha Bhosale, who had previously spoken of quitting the television industry, has formalized her decision. Anagha took to her social media and wrote that she was “officially leaving the film and television industry”. Anagha’s note suggests she does it for her “religious beliefs and spiritual path.” In hisRead More →

Warning: This hearing clip contains explicit depictions of child abuse. Lawmakers questioned Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on March 22 as the Senate Judiciary Committee continues its Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Jackson was nominated by President Joe Biden in February to replace outgoing Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. If confirmed, sheRead More →

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Warning: This hearing clip contains explicit depictions of child abuse. Lawmakers questioned Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on March 22 as the Senate Judiciary Committee continues its Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Jackson was nominated by President Joe Biden in February to replace outgoing Supreme CourtRead More →

The new survey, conducted by The Marist College Survey, highlights trends on faith and religion in America SALT LAKE CITY, March 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Desert News Faith in America Survey, conducted by The Marist college Survey, reveals a growing trend in the country: Americans hold on to theirRead More →

The new survey, conducted by The Marist college Survey, highlights trends on faith and religion in America SALT LAKE CITY, March 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Desert News Faith in America Survey, conducted by The Marist college Survey, reveals a growing trend in the country: Americans hold on to theirRead More →

Accepting Religious Beliefs in a “Post-Pandemic” Workplace By Amy A. Robinson and Iván Resendiz Gutierrez, Miller Nash LLP Amy A. Robinson It’s no surprise that the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has had a huge impact on the thoughts of today’s employees about life, work, and workplace rules. A recentRead More →

Diving Brief: An employee’s religious beliefs did not conflict with their employer’s mandatory DEI training, a federal jury found 3rd of March (Brennan vs. Deluxe Corporationno. 1:18-cv-02119 (D. Md. 3 March 2022)). The plaintiff, a born-again Christian, told a human resources manager at Deluxe Corporation that his beliefs “did notRead More →

Sebastiano del Piombo (1485-1547), “Portrait of Pope Clement VII” (circa 1531), oil on slate (The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles) The exhibition explores how artists used stone to create dramatic and emotional effects in portraits and depictions of the sacred from the Renaissance to the 18th century The purchaseRead More →

The Executive Council of the Student Bar Council, a group of alumni and students of NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, has expressed its condemnation of the discriminatory actions of the state government and several educational institutions in the Karnataka. In a statement released recently, they also communicated that they standRead More →

A Christian student organization in Texas will once again be allowed to register on campus and choose leaders who agree with its values ​​and mission. the University of Houston–Clear Lake refused to allow Christi report to register as an official student organization because it requires its leaders to affirm itsRead More →

A controversial bill proposed in the Oklahoma state senate would make public school personnel – including teachers – personally liable for “promoting positions in opposition” to a student’s “closely related religious beliefs”. If adopted, Senate Bill 1470 would entitle parents who bring a successful lawsuit on behalf of their childrenRead More →

A wave of misinformation and conspiracy theories circulating on social media underpins COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Africa, where only 11% of people have received the vaccine. Religious beliefs, distrust of government and the West, and a casual attitude to the scale of the pandemic have also contributed to general hesitationRead More →

Aymanam panchayat near Kottayam witnessed a tense situation on Tuesday when members of the Prathyaksha Raksha Daiva Sabha issued suicide threats following a decision by authorities to demolish a building belonging to the religious movement on the base of a court order. The drama began to unfold in the morningRead More →