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Fall festivals, Halloween alternatives are planned
Fall festivals and Halloween alternatives are planned Read More
University focuses on Hispanic culture
Mid-America Christian University held its Celebration of Culture event, highlighting Latino-Hispanic heritage. Read More
Religion briefs for Oct. 22
Religion briefs for Oct. 22 Read More
TEEM players: Nonprofit ministry has moved into former Catholic Charities headquarters
The Education and Employment Ministry known as TEEM has moved into Catholic Charities of Oklahoma City's former headquarters on Classen Boulevard. Read More
Darwin play offered at university
The play "Mr. Darwin’s Tree" will be performed Monday at Oklahoma Christian University. Read More
Bible lesson for Oct. 22
Bible lesson for Oct. 22 Read More
Mockingbird Conference will focus on gift of God's grace
The 2016 Mockingbird Conference with the theme "Grace in the Grind: The Gospel in Contemporary Culture" will be Oct. 28 and Oct. 29 at All Souls' Episcopal Church, 6400 N Pennsylvania. The nondenominational event is free and open to the public. Read More
Sweden just opened its first atheist cemetery
A graveyard free of any religious symbols has been opened in Sweden to cater to the country’s growing number of atheists. Josef Erdem, a teacher from Borlänge in central Sweden, first proposed the idea because he wanted people to “decide for themselves what their graves should look like”. He said he had grown... Read More
Baby Jesus statue in Canada turns heads with artist's 'shocking' restoration
A handmade terracotta sculpture of baby Jesus’s head that was added to a broken statue outside a Catholic church in Canada has prompted amusement and disappointment, with some likening it to the now infamous attempt by a Spanish woman to restore a crumbling fresco of Jesus. For nearly a decade, a white stone... Read More
Christian business owners take a different legal route in battle over serving gay marriages
In one case, a graphic designer is suing the state of Colorado over a law she says would impede her free speech rights and force her to use her talents to promote same-sex marriage. Read More
'The only God': Franklin Graham responds to Donald Trump's lewd leaked audio
Reactions to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's lewd comments about women have run the gamut in recent days, with some earlier supporters now separating themselves from the GOP contender. Read More
Open house planned at Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School in Oklahoma City
Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School will host its annual open house on Oct. 30 in Oklahoma City. Read More
School to spruce up park in Moore
Antioch Christian Academy of southwest Oklahoma City announced its 2016 community service project to serve the city of Moore’s Buck Thomas Park. Read More
WikiLeaks fallout: Catholics, evangelicals unite in demanding Clinton apology
The fallout continues over emails purporting to show at least one person close to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign mocking "conservative Catholicism." Read More
Christian leader breaks down cultural divide and reveals what he says 'crossed the line' this election season
Gabe Lyons is known for fostering Christian dialogue on some of the toughest sociopolitical issues. Now, he's using his voice to try to heal the political divide. Read More
Nichols Hills rescue group to mark 20th anniversary with Pooch Parade
Animal Rescue Friends of Nichols Hills will hold host its annual Pooch Parade on Oct. 30. And this year, in honor of its 20th anniversary, the organization will offer prizes to all parade participants. Read More
Disgraced preacher Tony Alamo attempting another comeback
Rising like a bedazzled, denim-clad Phoenix from the ashes, it appears Tony Alamo is attempting some sort of resurrection in Tulsa. The Frontier has the story.  Read More
Islamist girls’ school 'taught gay people should be killed and men could beat wives'
An Islamist girls’ boarding school which taught pupils that men could beat women and gay people should be killed is facing closure after a pupil exposed its sharia-inspired rules. Aliyah Saleem was expelled in front of the entire study body at Jamia Al Hudaa girls’ school in Nottingham in 2006. She was accused... Read More
Top Clinton aides under fire over email about 'conservative Catholicism' in WikiLeaks dump
There's a message chain among the trove of hacked emails released last week by WikiLeaks that reportedly shows a key staff member for Democrat Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign mocking conservative Catholicism. Read More
Faith leaders call on Obama, Congress to reject controversial religious liberty report
The faith leaders and other religious freedom advocates behind the new letter are distressed by how far religious liberty has fallen in the eyes of some policymakers. Read More

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