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Satanists To Do Invocation At Phoenix City Council Meeting

Jan 30
Members of a satanic group will give the opening prayer at an upcoming Phoenix City Council meeting.

DiCaprio Greets Pope in Italian, Discusses Environment

By Nicole Winfield | Jan 28
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio brushed up his Italian to greet Pope Francis at the Vatican Thursday, discussed their shared concern over the environment and gave the pontiff a check for his charitable works.

Hate Group Leader Says GOP Is Too Pro-Gay, Blames 'Pink Testosterone'

Jan 28
Ever hear of "pink testosterone?" Well, apparently, according to one hate group leader, it's a thing.

Survey: Religious Objections Law Cost Millions

By Brian Slodysko | Jan 26
Indiana may have lost $60 million in hotel profits, tax revenue and other economic benefits when groups decided against hosting conventions in Indianapolis last year due at least in part to the controversy surrounding the state's religious objections law.

Kim Davis: It 'Was a Joy To Be Chosen' By God

Jan 26
According to Kim Davis, God chose her. But who picked out her wardrobe and hairdo?

Harry Potter-Bashing Pastor Blames World Collapse on Dead Bisexual Economist

Jan 23
Insanely anti-gay pastor Kevin Swanson is predicting cataclysm again. But this time it's not "Harry Potter" books, dragon cartoons or even the Girl Scouts of America who are responsible.

Rev. Franklin Graham Calls Gay Christians 'The Enemy'

Jan 22
Rev. Franklin Graham appeared on Dr. James Dobson's radio show "Family Talk" this week, where he spewed his ridiculous rhetoric about the LGBT community, warning that gay people should not be allowed into churches.

Who's Your Co-Pilot? Pope's Fiat Going Up For Auction

Jan 22
One of the two Fiats used by Pope Francis during his September visit to Philadelphia is going up for auction.

Episcopal Leader: Church Will Not Reverse Gay Marriage Stand

By Rachel Zoll | Jan 15
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry said Friday the U.S. Episcopal Church will not roll back its acceptance of gay marriage despite sanctions imposed this week by Anglican leaders.

Anglicans Overwhelmingly Agree to Keep Communion Intact

By Danica Kirka and Rachel Zoll | Jan 15
Anglican leaders have overwhelmingly decided to stay together at a summit aimed at preventing a split in their fellowship over homosexuality, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said Friday.

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