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    Church Reopens at 9/11 Site

    A new church on the World Trade Center site in New York has been reopened after being destroyed in the Twin Towers attacks in 2001.

    Roe v Wade Verdict: Church Divided on Reaction

    After almost 50 years, the US Supreme Court made a historic decision and overturned the "Roe v Wade" ruling. Religious Americans are divided with the June 24 outcome and reactions from church leaders ranged from gratefulness and elation to anger and frustration.
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    New Program Helps Churches Provide Mental Health Support in UK

    Benefact Trust launched a program that will offer grants to churches so they can provide mental health support in their communities.

    Ukrainian Children Hopeful in Palm Beach County

    Two families with their children fled Ukraine and now live in Palm Beach Country. The children attend school and start to return to some semblance of normalcy.

    Christian Charities Unite for Ukraine

    Christian charities are working double-time to send aid to Ukraine. In South Florida, churches launched fundraising activities to help the European country.

    UK Charities Launch Video Series to Inspire Christians

    Two Christian charities in the UK have teamed up to highlight the global church response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    UK Mulls Law to Prevent Terror Attacks on Churches

    The UK government has opened a consultation to know the public's opinion on making it mandatory for houses of worship to set up new security measures to prevent terror attacks.

    Irish Christians Welcome Return of In-person Worship

    Churches in Ireland reopened its doors to the public on May 10th as part of the government's plan of easing Covid-19 restrictions.

    Christians Mark Lent with Ashes Sprinkled Over Head

    Christians mark the start of Lent with the tradition of receiving blessed ashes smudged to the forehead on Ash Wednesday, but it has been replaced with the ashes being sprinkled on a devotee's head because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    France to Review Limits on Church Attendance

    France's State Council, the country's highest court, has ordered the government to review a law limiting the attendance at religious services to 30.

    French Christians Call for Peace Amid Terror Attacks

    Church leaders in France call for peace as the country mourns for three people who were killed at a Catholic cathedral in Nice, France on October 29.

    Churches Get Creative to Reach Parishioners

    Local churches in the country want to bridge the gap created by the virus and reach more parishioners in a personal way without sacrificing the health protocols set by the CDC.

    Americans Support COVID-19 Precautions in Church

    A new survey showed that the majority of Americans support safety precautions imposed on churches during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    UNICEF Taps Church for COVID-19 Initiative

    UNICEF, together with Religions for Peace (RfP) and Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities (JLI), released a set of new guidance documents to advise religious communities on how to adapt to the challenges brought by the pandemic.

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    “Science does not contradict Christianity” Says NASA Astronaut

    A former NASA astronaut believes that the study of science and nature is in accordance to with what's written in the Bible.

    Priest Who Went to Hell Shares What He Saw

    A priest from Michigan claims he died and went to hell in 2016, saying he wouldn't wish it on his worst enemy.

    Christians are Comfortable Resolving Conflict at Home —Barna

    Barna Group released a study which found that Christians say they are comfortable resolving conflict at home.

    More Afghan Christians Are Accessing the Bible Online

    Online Afghan ministries report an increase in the number of Christians within Afghanistan who access virtual Bible study.