The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez Will Address Malone University’s Graduates at May 4 Commencement
The Reverend Samuel Rodriguez will address Malone University graduates at their commencement services held Saturday, May 4 at 10 a.m. at Faith Family Church, located at 8200 Freedom Ave NW in North Canton.
Malone's 121st commencement exercises will celebrate 657 graduates entering and returning to the local, regional, and global work force.
Hispanic Christians Disappointed in 'Rhetorical Pornography' After Congressman's 'Wetback' Slur
Congressman Don Young is facing plenty of backlash for his "wetback" slur.
Welcoming the Newcomer: How Faith Groups Are Rallying the Religious Behind Immigration Reform
Advocacy around immigration reform continues to gain momentum, with bipartisan groups in Congress and President Barack Obama pushing to fix our nation’s immigration system and provide a road map to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in our country. But while many discuss the shifting political winds on this issue, less has been said about one of the more influential forces behind the push for sensible immigration legislation: faith groups.
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Immigration Survey: 63 Percent of Americans Think Reform Should Include Pathway to Citizenship
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Evangelical Leaders Hopeful After Immigration Meeting With Obama
WASHINGTON (BP) -- Evangelical Christian leaders, including a Southern Baptist, left a White House meeting with President Obama encouraged at the hope for immigration reform this year.
Southern Baptist public policy specialist Barrett Duke and Hispanic evangelicals were among 14 religious leaders who met with Obama and senior staff March 8 to discuss the effort to remedy what is widely acknowledged as an immigration system badly in need of repair. The current system has resulted in the illegal presence of an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.
Obama Affirms 'Evangelical' Principles for Immigration Reform
During an hour-long meeting on Friday, President Barack Obama told religious leaders that he hopes Congress will approve a comprehensive immigration reform bill within the next several months.
Reactions to Pope Francis’ Election
“The Catholic University of America is proud to congratulate Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio on his election as Pope. … We pray that the Catholic Church will grow under his guidance in wisdom and Christ’s grace. And we hope to welcome him to our campus some day.”
– John Garvey, president of Catholic University of America
'The Bible' Actor Diogo Morgado: How Can You Play the Son of God? You Can't
NASHVILLE – Just a day before the premiere of the epic 10-hour "The Bible" TV series on the History Channel, the actor who plays the role of Jesus in the miniseries appeared before thousands of Christian leaders at the National Religious Broadcaster Convention on Saturday evening and shared his thoughts about playing Jesus.
Mark Burnett, who co-produced "The Bible" with his wife, Roma Downey, introduced actor Diogo Morgado, who plays the starring role in the miniseries.