Fairview West Baptist Church's ping-pong tournament
Fairview West Baptist Church in Hanceville held their annual Royal Ambassadors and Girls In Action ping-pong tournament April 24.
500 years later, theological debate still simmers
Is God's saving grace free to anyone who accepts Jesus, or did God predestine certain people for heaven and hell before the beginning of the world?
Catholic network EWTN launching news show
They've long delivered the Good News. And now, simply news.
Sacred Heart Elementary's May Crowning
Students at Sacred Heart Elementary School in Cullman, held their annual May Crowning of the Blessed Mother, during Mass services Sunday. Students carried flowers from their gardens to honor the Mother of Jesus.
Rev. Hermetz remembered at Lutheran Church convention
One of Cullman’s longest serving ministers, the late Rev. Harold Hermetz, pastor emeritus of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, recently was honored by the Southern District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS) at the church he founded in the 1950s as a new pastor.
Dr. Kilgore receives highest honor from Southern Bible College and Seminary, Knoxville, Tenn.
The Rev. Dr. Stanley Kilgore, senior pastor of Center Grove Baptist Church in Cullman, and former pastor of North Gardendale Baptist Church of North Gardendale, was awarded its highest honor given by Southern Bible College and Seminary of Knoxville, Tenn., March 22, 2013.
Benedictine Sisters Retreat Center to hold Day of Reflection
The Benedictine Sisters Retreat Center will present The Little Way of St. Thérèse of Liseux, who promoted a spirituality based on doing little things with great love.
Creation Museum trip spaces available for Northbrook Baptist Church trip
Creation Museum is in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Catholic religious order abuse files may go public
Less than three months after the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles released the files of priests accused of sex abuse, attorneys for victims are back in court seeking similar records kept by more than a dozen religious orders.
INTERNATIONAL: Egypt's pope sharply criticizes president
Egypt's Coptic Christian pope delivered an unprecedented direct criticism of the Islamist president Tuesday after a mob attack on the church's main cathedral, saying he had failed to protect the building and warning that the country is collapsing.
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