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Man With Too Much Time On His Hands Wants To Burn Gay Flag

By EDGE | Jun 30
It's probably safe to bet that this guy didn't rainbow his Facebook profile photo.

'Changed' Justin Bieber Attends Sydney Church Conference

Jun 30
Justin Bieber credited a Pentecostal pastor with changing his life as he mingled Tuesday with thousands of Christians at a five-day church conference in Sydney.

Pope in US to Meet With Homeless, Prisoners and Immigrants

Jun 30
Pope Francis will meet with homeless people, immigrants and prisoners during his trip to Cuba and the U.S. He'll also preside over a meeting about religious liberty, a big topic for the U.S. Catholic Church in the wake of the SCOTUS's gay marriage ruling.

Jewish Hate Group Outsources Gay Pride Protest to Mexican Day Workers Dressed as Hasidics

By EDGE | Jun 30
Anti-gay bigotry. It's not just for evangelical Christians.

Despite Marriage Ruling, Texas Pastor Won't Be Burned As Promised

By EDGE | Jun 29
Put those matches away. Sadly, there will be no burning pastor.

Religious Liberty is Rallying Cry After Gay Marriage Ruling

By Rachel Zoll and Steve Peoples | Jun 29
Now that same-sex marriage is legal nationwide, religious conservatives are focusing on preserving their right to object.

Bishops Object to Court's Gay Marriage Ruling

Jun 26
Virginia's Roman Catholic bishops are voicing distress over the Supreme Court ruling affirming gay marriage.

Philly Officials Wrap Vatican Meetings for Pope Visit

Jun 25
Philadelphia church officials say they're confident about preparations for Pope Francis' visit at the three-month homestretch, saying they've raised more than $30 million of the $45 million needed and have lined up 6,000 of 10,000 volunteers.

Vatican Sets Stage for Family Debate with Working Document

Jun 23
The Vatican has set the stage for another round of debate on hot-button issues like gays, divorced Catholics and unmarried couples living together by publishing the working document for its upcoming meeting on family issues.

Pope: Forgive Catholic Persecution of Evangelical Christians

By Pietro De Cristofaro and Nicole Winfield | Jun 22
Pope Francis asked forgiveness Monday for the Catholic Church's persecution of members of a small evangelical church in Italy whose leader was excommunicated and followers branded as heretics during the Middle Ages.

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