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These Two Game-Changing Olympians Are Serious Catholics

These Two Game-Changing Olympians Are Serious Catholics

Simone Biles and Katie Ledecky are two of the names to know in this year’s summer Olympic games in Rio. Biles, a record-shattering gymnast with a sparkling smile and bubbly energy that shines through her routines, is the U.S. gymnastics team fan favorite and the gymnast to beat for any …

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New Iraqi Priests Bring Joy

Fr. Roni Salim Momika, one of three priests ordained in an Erbil refugee camp Friday, said the event has turned the dreary mood of displaced Christians into one of joy, which he hopes will give them the strength to stay in their homeland.   “My feeling is happy, happy!” Fr. …

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Ghana Dwelling In Darkness – Dr. Mensa Otabil

Ghana Dwelling In Darkness - Mensa Otabil

Ghana is “figuratively and in reality” dwelling in “darkness”, and so is Africa, Pastor Mensa Otabil has said.   Teaching his congregation on the topic ‘Arise, Shine’ in church on Sunday, 7 August, the founder and General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) said: “Our country Ghana and …

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African Leaders Unite To Aid Orphanage

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In an orphanage near the capital city of Lilongwe, Malawi, children are reaping the fruits of the Year of Mercy. The Mother Teresa Children’s House, which is a Kawale-based orphanage run by the Missionaries of Charity, received food donations this week from the country’s Catholic members of Parliament who were …

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What Did The Presbyterian Moderator Say About Politicians Who Threaten Pastors

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The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt. Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey has said politicians who threaten Pastors for being critical of happenings in the country will be fought spiritually.   According to him, unlike the Supreme Court Judges who are clothed with the legal …

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Youngest US Track Olympian Relies On God

Youngest US track Olympian relies on God when times get tough

Sydney McLaughlin has not had an easy year. In recent months, she fell ill with mononucleosis, her mother suffered a heart attack, and she underwent a nervous breakdown before a major qualifying track competition. So when she became the youngest member of the U.S. Olympic track and field team on …

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Lawyer Suggests Religious Watchdog Bureau

Lawyer Suggests Religious Watchdog Bureau

Mr Godwin Kojo Koranteng, Director of the Centre for Human Rights and Peace Building, has suggested the need for a religious watchdog bureau, to help Christian organizations to demonstrate transparency with regards to their finances.   “It is relevant at this age and time in our country to have a …

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