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During the private funeral of her husband, Queen Elizabeth II sat alone near the St. George’s Chapel altar, socially distanced from her family and wearing a black pandemic mask.

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Lloyd and Jean Howden and their daughter, Tina, have been called as military relations missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They will serve on Fort Huachuca for six months and started in August.

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Carson Seamans leaves on Sept. 5 to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Reverend Allison Cornell, pastor of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Sierra Vista, Arizona, and her wife Robin St.Clair along with Robin’s sister Karen traveled to Midlothian, Texas on June 6th to be on the set as an extra for the filming of “The Feeding of the 5000”, part of an episode of …

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BISBEE — On a rainy Thursday morning, July 28, a semi-truck full of 12 pallets of food donated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Bisbee. The food included cans of beef stew, spaghetti sauce, pears, salsa, chili beans, chicken soup, b…

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Danny Adams travels to Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina, on July 18 to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Adams said, “I have known from the time I was a small child that I was going to serve a mission.”

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Noah Cummins will leave to serve a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Eugene, Oregon, on July 18. Cummins said, “I’ve always told myself ever since I was young that I was going to serve a mission and that mentality carried into my teenage years.”

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Against the tragic backdrop of a historic conflict in Europe, Tombstone will unite with millions around the globe to promote the timely theme “Pursue Peace!” in a six-part annual event scheduled for July and August.

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LONDON (AP) — Britain announced a new round of sanctions Thursday against Russia, targeting the head of the Russian Orthodox Church for his prominent support for the war in Ukraine as well as Russia’s children’s rights commissioner, who Britain said is responsible for the forced transfer and…

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Before the Southern Baptist Convention’s strong vote to approve what supporters called “bare minimum” sexual abuse reforms — with victims in the crowd weeping with relief — there was a strategic amendment to the recommendations.

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While Jehovah’s Witnesses have chosen to temporarily suspend their door-to-door ministry due to the pandemic, their activity was almost permanently banned by one U.S. village in the late 1990s — that is until the United States Supreme Court stepped in with a historic 8-1 decision on June 17,…

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Clergy members in communities of color have been forced to take on the role of counselors and caregivers. These are communities that have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Tough conversations about systemic racism, an escalation in hate crimes — and most recently …

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Two years before long-standing rumors about Cardinal Theodore McCarrick leapt into headlines worldwide, America’s most outspoken activist on clergy sexual abuse, Richard Sipe, met with his local bishop — San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy.

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After fierce, closed-door debates about President Joe Biden and Holy Communion, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops managed to release a muted document last fall that did little to please activists on either side of the church’s wars about abortion and politicians in pews.

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Sydney Dozier of Bisbee will be leaving on June 8 to serve an 18-month mission in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.