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Churches Want To Revive Ancient Tradition of Truce During 2004 Olympiad
Plans for Athens games to be outlined in September
Pope's Pilgrimage to Ukraine Prompts Warning From Orthodox
Revival of the Greek Catholic Church in Russia prompts new conflict.
Czech Churches Protest Against Law Bringing Religion Under State Control
New legislation limits church projects, gives government jurisdiction over opening places of worship.
Slovakia's Catholics and Lutherans Reach Agreement on Baptism
Signing clears the way for the common celebration of other inter-church accords.
Latvian Churches Say Poll Result Boosts Christian Voices In Legislature
"Sarajevo Is 'Liberal, Multi-Cultural and Tolerant', Insists Peace Official"
But Roman Catholic charity says Bosnia-Herzegovina is developing into an Islamic state.
European Churches Declare Immigrants Are Not 'Potential Criminals'
"Petitions submitted to the European Union for more protection, aid."
Polish Lutheran Leader Wants Ecumenism
New leader aims to bridge the religious divide between Poland's Catholics and Protestants.
Churches Want to Drive a Stake in Transylvania's Dracula Park
Tourist attraction gives a false image of the country and could fuel interest in the occult, Christian leaders say.
Poland Rethinks Supervision of 'Sects' After Minority Church Complaints
Non-Catholics claim pressure and persecution.
Poland's Catholic Bishops Ask Forgiveness for Wartime Massacre of Jews
Theologian says continued anti-Semitism overshadows gesture
Slovak Churches Applaud Decision To Drop Plan For Yoga In Schools
"Christian culture would have been threatened by plan, leaders say."
Can a New Cathedral Change Siberia's Image?
Catholics hope building will promote revival in a territory better known for crime and punishment.
Church Officials Optimistic that Iran Is Changing Its Views of Christians
"Vatican official, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei talk about improving Muslim-Christian relations."
Chicago's Cardinal Issues Warning to Visiting Polish Priest
But measures against anti-Semitic remarks called stupidity and garbage by priest's spokesman.
Africans Warn 'False Gospel of Prosperity' May Displace Churches
Mainstream churches reportedly no longer at forefront of aid and comfort.
Poland's Catholic Bishops Reject Criticism of Dominus Iesus
Ratzinger's declaration that Protestant denominations are not proper churches is making waves in pope's birthplace.
One in Five Europeans Brought 'Closer to Religion' by September 11 Attacks
Rising interest in spiritual answers to terrorism isn't limited to U.S.
Bishops Worry War Crime Tribunal Will Create Martyrs
Four government ministers resign in protest of Croatia's handing over of generals.
Suspended Sentence for Pole at Center of Auschwitz Controversy
Roman Catholic found guilty of racial hatred for placing crosses at Nazi camp

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The Black Church Is Atlanta’s Original Community Organizer
The Black Church Is Atlanta’s Original Community Organizer
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