PARIS — The crypt under the plaza in front of Notre Dame Cathedral, spared during the 2019 fire that devastated the medieval edifice, reopened to the public Wednesday after a painstaking cleaning to remove traces of lead dust that spewed from the nearby blaze.
Courts and Crime
- Officials investigating whether judicial candidate voted illegally; opponent files appeal
- Juror dismissed on opening day of Wilson murder trial
- Jury selection begins in long-awaited murder trial
- Census workers threatened by gun-toting residents, Sheriff's Office says
- Judge OKs five days for Arizonans to correct unsigned early ballots
- AZ Supreme Court rules Maricopa County election staff 'exceeded authority'
- Judge upholds state law that OKs agencies' disregard of independent findings
- Arizona caregiver, dad accused of stealing $53K from victim
- Restaurants wary of possible ruling against to-go sales of alcohol
- Former House speaker seeks immunity from Shooter lawsuit
- Arizona reports 496 additional COVID cases, 30 more deaths
- Man charged with sexual conduct with minors he met via social media, police say
- Judge rejects request to overturn Ducey's bar order
- AZ Supreme Court OKs Bolick ballot spot in nomination form dispute
- SVPD arrests local man on drug charges
- Two juveniles arrested in Benson shooting
- Cochise County judicial candidate accuses opponent of fraud
- Brnovich claims Ducey's bar-closing order illegal
- Judge rules Kanye West ineligible to appear on Arizona ballot
- Former city council candidate sentenced for drug offense
Our thorny topic today might hold special interest because of where we live. I don’t recommend dealing with anyone according to our text, but it definitely caused some people to learn a lesson.
2 Samuel 11 records the account of a low point in King David’s life. He is known from scripture as “a man after God’s own heart.” But people have questioned what that could possibly mean, since he didn’t behave that way here.
In the late 1970s, the Episcopal Ad Project began releasing spots taking shots at television preachers and other trends in American evangelicalism.
Joshua Kirk leaves on Aug. 19 to serve a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He says, “Since I’ve received my call, I’ve had a lot of people ask me why I want to give up two years of my life for the Lord. It’s helped me know tha…
Some individual verses in the Bible have been used by preachers to present wonderful sermons that may or may not interpret the given verse correctly on the way to impressing upon the hearers some effort at persuasion.
It didn’t matter where Pete Buttigieg traveled in Iowa for the early Democratic Party primaries — voters kept asking similar questions.
We can say unreservedly that everyone has faith, and that is exhibited in a variety of ordinary settings. When you sit down on a chair, you are exercising faith in that chair — you believe it will hold you. When you leave your driveway in your car, you exhibit another faith — you believe you…
“During these times it can be hard having to do school online, not being able to hang out with friends, or not being able to play the sports we love. But even when times like this come, I always try and remember that God is in control and that he has a plan for me,” said Andy Richardson, who…
Empires do not seem to be forever. Certainly dynasties are not forever; sometimes they last a very short time, hardly more than a generation. And then the history books opine the reasons for their downfall.
VATICAN CITY — The Vatican stressed Thursday that the movement to combat climate change is unstoppable and worldwide, although it said it would welcome a U.S. return to the Paris agreement.
Abigail is a woman I want to meet sometime. Her appearance in Scripture is somewhat unlikely and certainly unusual. But she was a woman of great wisdom and had good understanding of spiritual issues. You can read the entire account in 1 Samuel 25.
SIERRA VISTA — When COVID-19 concerns caused churches across the state to suspend in-person services last March, clergy turned to technology to deliver messages of hope to their congregants.
Maybe you have never had this experience, but I have. Some days the clouds are heavy, the news is bleak, and I can just see the dark side of everything. It’s a pessimistic day, and nothing is bound to turn out right. And this is one of those seasons when a day like that comes easily.
Do people read anymore? Sometimes we bemoan the lack of literacy, at least as we hear of it. But to answer your question: Yes, people do read, and they read lots. And what are they reading? Now, that could be the problem. There is lots of reading going on that is not edifying, that does not …
Our text today focuses on a characteristic of God that is unique. That means that He is the only one with that characteristic. It is not merely some abstract concept, but it is a reality that should hold practical interest for you and me.
Every week or so, John Mark Reynolds does something that presidents of academic institutions rarely do: He cleans his office at Saint Constantine School.
Recently while reading Psalm 37 verse 11 caught my attention because of the promise of peace. The assumption is that peace is in scant supply, but a time is coming when it will be plentiful for a specific group of people.