Preservation experts have opened for the first time in at least two centuries what Christians believe is Jesus’s tomb inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
Some of the historic work was witnessed by AFP photographer Gali Tibbon who captured images of the site believed to contain the rock upon which Jesus was laid in around 33 AD as it was uncovered as part of ongoing restoration at the site.
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This Sunday, Mother Teresa will become a saint. The late Roman Catholic missionary who became an international icon for her charitable work will be canonized, the Catholic Church’s highest honor, on Sept. 4.
More than two thousand crosses have now been forcefully removed from churches as part of a government campaign to regulate “excessive religious sites”.
The nation’s leadership launched the crusade to eradicate Christianity in the coastal province of Zhejiang almost two years ago.
There is currently an ongoing discussion within the Liberal Youth League, LUF, in Danderyd-Täby about removing the cross from the Swedish flag reports Danderyds Nyheter.
“We see a problem in that it is associated with Christianity and Sweden no longer has a state church but is instead a secularised country where all religions are welcome”, writes LUF Danderyd-Täby
An Anglican diocese in Victoria has voted to become a company so child abuse survivors will know exactly who to sue if they launch a case against the church.
Wangaratta is the third Anglican diocese in Victoria to make the decision to incorporate.