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Satanists Angry that Lucifer Was Compared to Ted Cruz

Apr 28
On Wednesday former Speaker of the House John Boehner called Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh." None of this sat well with real worshipers of Satan.

Watch: Pat Robertson 'Reclaims' Feminism From Topless Radicals

By EDGE | Apr 27
Earlier this week, televangelist Pat Robertson heralded the efforts of conservative activists to 'reclaim' feminism as a conservative movement.

Religious Leaders Object to Religious Objections Law

By Nassim Benchaabane | Apr 25
Several Methodist leaders are objecting to Mississippi's new religious-objections law, saying it violates their religious principles.

Methodist Bishop & Pastor Risk Jobs, Marry Gay Couple in NC

Apr 25
North Carolina continued to be a hotbed of LGBT controversy this weekend when two Methodist clergymen, in defiance of church policy, risked their jobs by officiating the marriage of a gay couple.

Passover Vacation Niche Grows to Dozens of Destinations

By Mike Schneider | Apr 20
Passover vacations have grown in recent years beyond the traditional destinations of Miami Beach, the Catskills and Israel. They now include scores of resorts around the world.

Actress Carrie Fisher To Be Honored By Harvard Student Group

Apr 18
"Star Wars" actress Carrie Fisher is being honored by a Harvard student group.

Vatican Conference Reflects Sanders' Admiration for Francis

By Ken Thomas and Rachel Zoll | Apr 15
The Vatican conference drawing Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders away from the campaign for New York delegates is steeped in his lifelong passions of economic and social justice and reflects his admiration for Pope Francis.

Harlem 'Hate Pastor' Says 'Faggots' Will Never Use His Church

Apr 14
The man dubbed the Harlem Hate Pastor, thanks to his anti-gay rhetoric and sermons, spoke with MSNBC this week about his ATLAH World Missionary Church, which is under foreclosure and may be purchased at auction by the Ali Forney LGBT group.

Vatican Envoy Who Invited Kim Davis to Papal Meeting Retires

By Nicole Winfield | Apr 12
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of his ambassador to the United States who was behind Francis' controversial meeting with Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who went to jail rather than comply with a court order to issue same-sex marriage licenses.

Mississippi Church a Window Into National Gay Rights Debate

By David Brandt | Apr 12
On many Sundays, conservative Mississippi Republican Gov. Phil Bryant can be found in the sanctuary at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, almost always in his trademark suit and boots, often among those helping pass the offering plates.

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