Religion And Spirituality
“People have a right to their own beliefs.”
HOBART | The Friends of Robinson Lake will meet at 7 p.m. today in the Krull meeting room, 206 Main St.
HOBART | Advancing Christ's Kingdom Ministries, 1001 W. 37th Ave., will host a Day of Sharing event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 1.
HOBART | Advancing Christ's Kingdom Ministries, 1001 W. Ridge Road, will hold its 25th anniversary events, including a conference and gala, from Nov. 4 to 11.
PORTAGE | Grace Church of the Nazarene is looking to expand and improve its property at 5360 Clem Road.
The Indiana Senate is considering a bill that would allow Indiana schools to teach creationism as science. This has had the effect of cleaving Hoosiers into two groups: fundamentalist Christian or heathen.
Next Sunday will be the 10-year anniversary of the tragic day we have come to know simply as 9/11. It is a day forever etched in our minds.
HAMMOND | Rain showers and threats of hail didn't stop pilgrims from completing a religious walk Saturday from Chicago's South Side to Munster.
SOUTH HAVEN | Members of the Our Lady of Sorrows Youth Group have been working hard the last 10 months, selling candy, raking yards, babysitting and serving everything from pizza to pancakes.
Sometimes life as a pastor seems to be more joyful than others. There are some hills and valleys in the life of the parish pastor. I happen to be on one of those joyful highs right now. It isn't because life is especially easy right now. It's not. It is because of what I have just experience…
Beyond the spiritual fellowship and guidance provided by region religious institutions is an existing model for how the fragmented governments and communities of Northwest Indiana can work as one, two faith-based leaders say.
Bishop Frank Munsey, who died Saturday, should be remembered for his commitment to spreading the Gospel not just in the region but far beyond U.S. borders. His life should teach us all the value of religious commitment.
CROWN POINT | As pastor of Hope Lutheran Church, the Rev. Freda Scales has a unique gift that her counterparts at much larger congregations do not -- she knows each of her parishioners by name.
Editor's note: Bishop Gerald Kicanas agreed to share his remarks at the Nov. 12 "Seeking Common Ground in the Immigration Debate" conference at Lost Marsh Conference Center in Hammond.
CHICAGO | Amid a difficult year for Muslims in the United States, members of Chicago's Islamic community are sharing lessons of their faith during this week's celebration of Eid-ul-Adha, the holiday of sacrifice.
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