Tag: religion

Dr. Gelm explores Catholicism in new book

Mixing politics and religion has been a taboo for as long as Dr. Richard Gelm can remember. But when he noticed the connection between the two, particularly Catholicism and politics, he felt the need to research and address it in a book, and on Wednesday afternoon, Dr. Gelm, presented his findings to an attentive audience.

Lecturer urges homosexual awareness

Spreading his message of truth and love to end injustice towards homosexuals, Dr. Mel White, this fall’s Fasnacht lecturer, shared his personal story, Tuesday, in his speech and led a panel discussion that evening.

Gay Christian hosts Fasnacht

The gay community in our nation is the victim of great discrimination and prejudice. Being ridiculed and shunned by society, many homosexuals have chosen to hide their true sexual orientation and lead a life of lies.

Dr. Chacour spreads message of unity

Delivering a message of unity and understanding, Nobel Prize nominee Dr. Abuna Elias Chacour served as the Spring Fasnacht Lecturer yesterday.

Booted by post office

The U.S. Postal Service has some explaining to do. After all, they are about to give the Madonna and Child stamp the boot, claiming it is too religious.

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