Megachurch Pastor Who Abused Girls Released After 25 Months, 400 Attacks On Churches Since 2018, Teacher Shot By 1st Grader Speaks Out
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Top headlines for Friday, March 24, 2023
A former youth pastor in Texas accused of sexually abusing 14 young girls placed under his care is now free after his sentence was reduced to 25 months for good behavior.
Four individuals, including two minors, have been arrested and charged with shooting at a Mennonite church building in Missouri, with authorities considering the act a hate crime.
County officials in Northern California are denying a report that they used cell phone data to track members of a Calvary Chapel church that defied ongoing lockdown orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The progressive pro-life group that recovered the bodies of five full-term babies from an abortion clinic in Washington, D.C., last year demonstrated outside the D.C. Board of Medicine, demanding that they revoke abortionist Cesare Santangelo’s license to dispense medication.
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- Megachurch pastor who abused 14 girls released after 25 months | U.S. News
- 4 suspects arrested for hate crime shooting at Missouri church | U.S. News
- Over 400 attacks on US churches since 2018, analysis finds | U.S. News
- Churches more prepared for financial hardships after pandemic | Church & Ministries News
- County officials in Silicon Valley deny spying on Calvary Chapel | U.S. News
- Church denies working with gov't to surveil Calvary Chapel | U.S. News
- Abigail Zwerner, teacher shot by first grader, speaks out | U.S. News
- Activists demand justice 1 year after recovery of aborted babies | U.S. News