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Moravian Church Ex-President Rev. Gardner Vows To Clear His Name Featured News Jamaica Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Religion 

Moravian Church Ex-President Rev. Gardner Vows To Clear His Name

The Rev Dr Paul Gardner, former president of the Moravian Church in Jamaica, has issued a statement indicating that he will be working assiduously to clear his name. Gardner resigned last Thursday, two days after a woman wrote to the bishops of the Moravian church raising damning allegations against him. This follows the arrest and charge of their colleague pastor,... Read More
Jamaican Pastor Faces Another Sexual Misconduct Charge – Involving Victims’ Sister Featured News Jamaica Jamaican News Latest Jamaican News Religion 

Jamaican Pastor Faces Another Sexual Misconduct Charge – Involving Victims’ Sister

ST ELIZABETH, Jamaica – The crisis which erupted in the Moravian Church in Jamaica with the arrest of one pastor at the center of sexual misconduct allegations, is deepening. Just days after Pastor Rupert Clarke was formally charged and granted bail for carnal abuse of a 15-year-old girl, he is set to slapped with a second charge. At yesterday morning’s post-Cabinet... Read More
Moravian bishop volunteered to withdraw from Prayer Breakfast Speaker, says organizer Featured News Jamaica Latest Jamaican News Religion 

Moravian bishop volunteered to withdraw from Prayer Breakfast Speaker, says organizer

Reverend Stephenson Samuels, Chairman of the National Leadership Prayer Breakfast Committee, has said Moravian Bishop Stanley Clarke was not asked to step aside as keynote speaker for this year’s event. He said Bishop Clarke, one of two bishops in the Moravian Church, volunteered to withdraw as headline speaker as he believed his presence would distract from the real focus of... Read More
Week of prayer ahead of National Leadership Prayer Breakfast Latest Jamaican News Religion 

Week of prayer ahead of National Leadership Prayer Breakfast

THE National Leadership Prayer Breakfast Committee is engaging the nation in a period of focused prayer leading up to the prayer breakfast on January 19. This will take the form of a National Prayer Blitz Week, commencing tomorrow. The committee said, given the current challenges of crime, violence and lawlessness in the society, they are asking everyone to focus on... Read More
Dylann Roof sentenced to death for killing 9 church members Court News Crime News Featured News Jamaica Jamaican News Religion World News 

Dylann Roof sentenced to death for killing 9 church members

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — An unrepentant Dylann Roof was sentenced to death Tuesday for fatally shooting nine black church members during a Bible study session, becoming the first person ordered executed for a federal hate crime. A jury deliberated for about three hours before returning with the decision, capping a trial in which the 22-year-old avowed white supremacist did not... Read More
The homeless need urgent prayers in cold winter months, Pope says Headline News Religion World News 

The homeless need urgent prayers in cold winter months, Pope says

Vatican City, Jan 8, 2017 (CNA/EWTN News).- On Sunday Pope Francis announced that his “urgent” prayer for the month of January is for all those who live on the streets with no shelter, expecially during the cold winter weather. “During these very cold days, I think of and I invite you to think of all the people who live on... Read More
Pope to diplomats: when it comes to politics, peace must be more than a theory Politics Religion World News 

Pope to diplomats: when it comes to politics, peace must be more than a theory

Vatican City, Jan 9, 2017 (CNA/EWTN News).- Following a year marred by war and terrorism, Pope Francis told diplomats Monday that for 2017, peace has to be more than just an idea or a nice theory, but must be actively pursued with concrete policies aimed at promoting the common good and the dignity of the human person. “Peace is a... Read More
Egypt: New Church Law Discriminates Against Christians Religion World News 

Egypt: New Church Law Discriminates Against Christians

Authorities Fail to Prevent, Punish Violent Attacks (Tunis) – A long-awaited new law maintains restrictions over the construction and renovation of churches and discriminates against the Christian minority in Egypt. The law, passed by Egypt’s parliament on August 30, 2016, applies only to Christian houses of worship. Recent incidents of anti-Christian violence that left one person dead, several injured, and... Read More
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