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A suburban Chicago woman said she has attended services at about 90 different churches in the city during the past 20 years. Marie Coyne, 73, who has been joined on her Sunday outings by friend Christine Scriba, 73, for the past five years, said she has attended churches with all-black congregations and facilities conducting mass in Latin, Spanish and Polish, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Monday. Coyne, a Eucharistic minister at St.
By Laura Zahn Pohl Daily Herald Correspondent The Christmas decorations were barely put away when members of Heritage Presbyterian Church started rehearsing for their performance of "The Living Last Supper." Their one-hour musical reenactment of the Last Supper before Jesus' death will be performed at 7:30 p.m.
By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict, opening the first major Church meeting since his election, said on Sunday that trying to keep God out of public life was "not tolerance but hypocrisy." The Pope, during a solemn Mass in St Peter's Basilica opening a synod of more than 250 bishops from 118 countries, also said that too many Catholic lives could be compared to "vinegar rather than wine" because of the indifference to God.
By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican on Thursday said too many Roman Catholics were not taking their religion seriously and that those faithful who receive communion and still support abortion rights were behaving scandalously.
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