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Ill. man sues priest who he says played answering machine tape of complaints to congregation (10/6/07)

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`Assassination of Jesse James’ is a dreamlike look at famous outlaw (9/24/07)

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Monday October 29, 2007
Bankruptcy court approves reorganization plan
 
SAN ANTONIO, Texas —The National Benevolent Association (NBA) Chapter 11 bankruptcy is drawing to a close.
On March 2, Judge Ronald B. King confirmed the joint reorganization plan agreed to by the non-profit and its creditors.
NBA will pay creditors $1.027 on every dollar it owes. The total payout amounts to $258.1 million.

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Leading Romanian Orthodox bishop accused of being former secret policeman (10/12/07)

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Russian patriarch attacks homosexuality, says human rights are undermining morality (10/4/07)

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Philippines’ bishops urge military and rebels: leave indigenous alone (10/19/07)

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Anderson’s `Darjeeling Limited’ crammed with baggage (10/3/07)

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VA interfaith service focuses on healing together (4/21/07)

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Bolivia’s racial, geographical divide sharpens with shots in air and talk of civil war (10/1/07)

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Wednesday October 31, 2007
“Ride for the Refugee” brings much-needed supplies to ministry
 
PAMPA, Texas — On Aug. 22, a group of motorcyclists, a pickup truck with trailer, a church van, and an 18-wheeler full of donated supplies pulled into the parking lot of Southwest Good Samaritan Ministries, the endpoint of the first annual “Ride for the Refugee.”
The convoy left Pampa, Texas, on Aug. 19, headed north to Liberal, Kans., to pick up donations and two motorcycle riders.

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Sunday October 28, 2007
Creativity, sustainability are part of new church success story
 
INDIANAPOLIS — Last year, 102 congregations were started or became affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), putting the denomination’s new church initiative on pace to reach its goal of 1,000 new churches by 2011, nine years ahead of schedule.
But after four years of rapid growth, the real story is how many new Disciples congregations are actually making it.

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Tuesday December 18, 2007
Scholar sheds light on Stone declaration at Cane Ridge gathering
 
CANE RIDGE, Ky. — Disciples of Christ patriarch Barton W. Stone may not have been as radical in his 1804 break from the Presbyterians as many Disciples think.
A Presbyterian scholar told a 200th anniversary celebration here that Stone’s brash declaration of independence followed a wave of Presbyterian liberty initiatives that began more than a century earlier.

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Office of Disciples Volunteering introduces mission pre-planning in Virginia (9/8/07)

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