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Monday, June 26, 2017

Conversions gradually transforming Orthodox Christianity

Conversions gradually transforming Orthodox Christianity
The Baltimore Sun: A gradual wave of conversion is turning a tradition long rooted in ethnic heritage into a more varied and, some say, more American movement.

Abused by a priest, now a champion of the church
Cincinnati Enquirer: Michael Vanderburgh's journey of faith.

I preached about a gun rights advocate. He wasn't who I thought.
USA Today: Amy Butler is a liberal. Todd Underwood is a conservative. But they found common ground in the Bible and the idea that nobody is the stereotype we believe they are.

Does God want you to spend $300,000 for college?
The New York Times: Notre Dame president addresses the question of just how much hustle, sweat and sacrifice families should expect of themselves to put a child through college.

Catholic church gives out heroin antidote Narcan at family festival
People: An Ohio church hosting a family festival added a new element to the festivities this year: handing out Narcan, the nasal spray used as an antidote for people overdosing on heroin and other opioids.

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