Consultant's 'tough sell' is to spotlight Hillary's faith

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - After sitting through 17 lectures - most of them truly informative and fascinating - over 3 1/2 days last week, the most memorable news tidbit I brought home from the Religion Newswriters Association's annual conference is this: Hillary Clinton is deeply religious.

McCain criticized for religious remarks

WASHINGTON - Several Jewish organizations criticized John McCain on Monday after the Republican candidate said he would prefer a Christian president over someone of a different faith.

In an interview with Beliefnet, a multi-denominational Web site that covers religion and spirituality, the White House hopeful was asked if a Muslim candidate could be a good president.

First Hindu prayer said at U.S. Senate

"His prayer was briefly interrupted by three Christian protesters in the Senate gallery.

Minister Loses Church Because He Questioned Hell's Existence


Carlton Pearson recently took a position within his church that hell does not exist. Upon hearing this his congregation in Tulsa, Oklahoma removed him from his office. ABC News has a full article and video of an upcoming special.

St. Rose a church frozen in time

Am I the only one who wonders why the parishioners of St. Rose in Perrysburg don't tell the bishop to butt out of their church's life. I read somewhere the true church is the body of believers. What I read about St. Rose makes me feel the church in Perrysburg is stuck in the fourteenth century and dictated by the robes in Rome. Perhaps the bishop is just reminding the members of St.

Religious Republicans: Hanging Tough with Bush

GOP Presidential Candidates May Still Need Strong Backing from Church-Going Conservatives

by John C. Green, Senior Fellow, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life
June 22, 2007

Pastor Pants Sentenced to 9 Days for DUI

From the Toledo Bland-
The Rev. Michael Pitts pleaded no contest to drunk driving this morning in Maumee Municipal Court. Judge Gary Byers found the pastor of Cornerstone Church in Maumee guilty and sentenced him to serve nine days in the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. The judge also fined him $300 and costs. Mr. Pitts will begin serving the sentence June 14.

Toledo man sees image of Jesus on footstool


It's the holiest weekend on the Christian calendar and a bizarre sighting is confirming one man's faith. Forty-six year-old Roberto Colon claims he can see the image of Jesus Christ on a wooden footstool.

Ironically, Roberto lives on Church Street in east Toledo, Ohio. The vision first came to him Saturday morning.


CYO BBall party leads to more than 50 juveniles and adults arrested for drinking

When I won a divisional championship I only got pizza and pop-times have changed. Who is at fault for this?

Toledo Blade: Ohio liquor enforcement agents and Sylvania Township police arrested a total of 52 juveniles and adults early this morning during a raid at a party at 5931 Stewart Rd. off Alexis Road.

Jesus Family Tomb Believed Found

What do you think?

Feb. 25, 2007

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