Chef Jeff from Smith's is dishing up the traditional Mexican recipe: Tacos Al Pastor.
Israeli billionaire heiress covertly paid celebrities thousands to promote 'family purity' and advocate against having sex on period, report says
Ruthy Leviev-Yelizarov covertly paid celebrities thousands to advocate against married women having sex on their periods, per The Jerusalem Post.
- Springfield News-Leader
Neither a Texas Baptist church nor a West Plains church will partner with Kanakuk Kamps any longer.
- Raleigh News and Observer
“It was really awful. Very, very hurtful,” said Wilhelmina Indermaur, who has taught for five years.
- The Abilene Reporter-News
As a rookie with the Pittsburgh Steelers, I objected to the pre-game prayers. How I prayed was my decision and mine alone.
A Taliban-run gathering of thousands of male religious and ethnic leaders ended on Saturday by asking foreign governments to formally recognise their administration, but made no signals of changes on international demands such as the opening of girls' high schools. The Afghan economy has plunged into crisis as Westerngovernments have withdrawn funding and strictly enforcedsanctions, saying the Taliban government needs to changecourse on human rights, especially those of women. "We ask regional and international countries, especially Islamic countries … to recognise the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan ... release all sanctions, unfreeze (central bank) funds and support in development of Afghanistan," the gathering's participants said in a statement, using the group's name for their government, which has not been formally recognised by any country.
- The Week
Pope cancels visit to Congo and South Sudan, citing health issues
- The New York Times
Hours after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last week, a man with a wiry, squared-off beard and a metal cross around his neck celebrated with his team at a Brazilian steakhouse. He pulled out his phone to livestream to his followers. “We have delivered a huge blow to the enemy and to this industry,” the man, Jeff Durbin, said. But, he explained, “our work has just really begun.” “Even the states that have trigger laws,” which ban abortion at conception without exceptions for rape or inc
- Associated Press
Pope Francis greeted members of the Congolese community in Rome, borrowing words from their native languages Sunday to wish them peace and joy during an especially vibrant ceremony at St. Peter’s Basilica. Francis, 85, was supposed to make a July 2-7 pilgrimage to Congo and South Sudan. Instead, some 2,000 Congolese or descendants of people from Congo joined the pope in Mass at the Vatican.
Police free 77 people from confinement in a church in south-western Nigeria.
Growing up in an Orthodox Jewish household has had a positive impact on my life as a chronically ill person
Growing up in a religious household has helped the author listen to her body, while she waits for a diagnosis of her chronic illness.
Indian police made fresh arrests on Saturday over the murder of a Hindu tailor in Rajasthan, which sparked tensions between the Hindu majority and Muslim minority and a clampdown on protests and the Internet to prevent them from escalating. Two Muslim men already under arrest for the murder, who filmed the act and posted it online, said it had been a response to the victim's support for a politician's derogatory remarks about the Prophet Mohammad. The victim, Kanhaiya Lal Teli, had allegedly made a social media post supporting Nupur Sharma, a former spokesperson for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party, who made anti-Islam comments in May.
- The Repository
A U.S. Supreme Court case that centered on a group of Ohio Jehovah's Witnesses and the First Amendment turns 20
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
The Supreme Court violated students' rights when the sided with a coach who was kneeling to pray with his team during games.
- Athens Banner-Herald
Imagine what the impact of the church would be today in our nation if more sermons were preached on love and the kingdom of God.
Voices of Faith column.
'We can do it if we work together,' Pastor calls for churches to come together post-Roe
The SCOTUS decision does not prohibit abortions. It rules that no right to abortion is found in the Constitution. Each state must decide the issue.
- Associated Press
Pope Francis urged the people and leaders of Congo and South Sudan on Saturday to “turn a page” and forge new paths of reconciliation, peace and development. Francis issued a video message on the day he had planned to begin a weeklong pilgrimage to the two African countries. In the message, Francis said he was “greatly disappointed” to not be able to travel and promised to visit “as soon as possible.”
- The Independent
NEW SENSATIONS: The easy, breezy, sun-drenched sound of Pope’s new album arrives just in time for summer. The singer-songwriter speaks to Annabel Nugent about being ushered into the Ed Sheeran lane, parting from his management and how he found his way back to music through gardening
- Cape Cod Times
A former church has a new name that supporters of its renovations hope will make the building more welcoming as a community and performance center.