Christian Charity Operation Blessing made a big splash in New Orleans after a Hurricane Katrina by stocking stagnant swimming pools with gambusia fish, a tiny minnow that gobbles up mosquito larva. Now the group is bringing the fish to Haiti to help prevent disease there.
This repurposed Methodist church in Dallas has been impeccably transformed into a massive and beautiful single-family home. Like most churches it features soaring ceilings, stained-glass windows and expansive public spaces.
People love old churches used as homes, according to John Whiteside, the real estate agent showing this house. "De-sanctified churches are the No. 1 type of building converted to residential use," he said.
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HLN's Joy Behar and panel - Atlas Shrugs' Pamela Geller, Huffington Post's Roy Sekoff and American Society for Muslim Advancement's Daisy Khan - recently debated a proposal for a Muslim center to be built near where the World Trade Center once stood. Watch the video below and join the conversation at Joy's blog.
The death toll from Friday's attacks on a religious minority in Lahore has risen to 98, officials said Saturday.
The strikes with bombs and firearms took place at two mosques in Lahore belonging to the Ahmadi religious group, police and rescue officials said.
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Rifts within the Anglican Communion could widen after the archbishop of Canterbury, who has condemned the consecration of openly gay bishops, urged a diminished role Friday for the Episcopal Church.
The members of MercyMe visit a slum in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
I was interviewing Bart Millard of MercyMe for a story about the Generous Mr. Lovewell when he told me about a visit to a poor area in the Dominican Republic in 2009 that helped inspire the new album.
To look upon the beauty of Oregon is to understand what people mean when they say this is God's country, and that's exactly why Brother Gregory lives here.
He is part of a wider movement of conservative Christians who are choosing to live their lives on the edge of society, unplugged from civilization as much as they can, living under basic biblical principles.
Women have urged the pope to revisit what they describe as a man-made law.
About a dozen Italian women have posted an open letter to the pope on the internet in which they claim to have had intimate relationships with priests and urge the church to abolish celibacy for Catholic clergy.
The letter was posted on an Italian online forum in March but was not picked up in the media until Global Post, an international news website, reported on it this week.
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