True or False? After Sunday’s Pentecost Mass, Pope Francis approached the children with disabilities who attended the Mass putting both his hands on top of the head of one of the children, performed a simple exorcism.
Online Religious TV and video sites focusing on a particular religion.
The Rhode Island State Senate voted 26 to 12 Wednesday to allow same-sex couples to marry in Rhode Island as early as Aug. 1. Finally, some progress in the skeptical heterosexual dominating culture! We are evolving yet!
For those of us who aren’t religious, religious television channels and shows are a little dull, to say the least. They need livening up, and what better way to do that than with some carefully orchestrated pranks.
This video shows John Daker, who, without being overly cruel, may just be the worst singer on the planet. OK, perhaps that is cruel. He does at least have more talent than Nicki Minaj.
I say this is tragically ironic because although Warren is the author of one of the most famous self-help books, “The Purpose Driven Life,” his son committed suicide because he had suffered from mental illness that created depression so enduring, even the best doctors couldn’t help him. How would you feel if you could only helplessly stand by as your child slowly descends into a sadness so deep you were powerless to save them? This is a situation I can’t even pretend to imagine.
When Pope Benedict XVI resigned due to his self-perceived inability to do his job properly, it set in motion a process that has taken place unchanged for centuries.
How do they choose a new Pope? This video explains it all, and it’s interesting whether or not you happen to be a Catholic.
While I imagine that the average WTVH reader/watcher doesn’t have ‘become the Pope’ anywhere on their bucket list, I do imagine that some of you might be interested in the process anyway.
Pope Benedict XVI has resigned from the papacy, declaring himself too old and too decrepit for the job. Which is a brave admission, but hardly a surprising one for an 85-year-old man to make.
It’s time for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year! Rosh Hashanah is celebrated in 2012 from sundown on Sept. 16 to nightfall on Sept. 18. But for those of us who don’t celebrate, what does it all mean?
While killing someone as a mortal is considered sinful, sadly there are plenty of people that believe that an all-powerful being has the right to.
Which brings up the question: how many has God killed?