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Portland Archdiocese Press Release, ARCHBISHOP SAMPLE CALLS FOR MERCY, CHARITY AND ACCESS TO PASTORAL CARE AFTER RECENT IMMIGRATION ACTIVITY “My dear Brothers and Sisters in the Archdiocese of Portland, Praised be Jesus Christ! Please know that I stand in solidarity with my brother bishops in the United States in cond

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By Faith News Note, Three Oregon churches are opening their doors for a prayer night in preparation for the Rev. Franklin Graham Oregon tour. Portland Monday, June 18th 7:00 p.m. Eastridge Church 14100 SE Sunnyside Road Clackamas, OR 97015 Bend Tuesday, June 19th 7:00 p.m. Faith Christian Center 1049 NE 11th Street Bend, OR

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Honor Father’s Day with this great dad story. By M. Martin, Oregon writer Awesome dad who stood up for his son against over-zealous political correctness censorship. A Wake County school forbid the mentioning of the school Valedictorian. It was a policy based for both technical reasons and politically correct reasons

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By Jim Miller, Guest Opinion I was in Washington DC this week to visit the news museum and found the entire street in front of the museum blocked off for the popular annual LGBT Pride festival. I took this as an opportunity to visit each booth, listen and have discussions to see what the festival […]

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by Nicholas Comerchero Oregon Optimist, Five years ago, Atticus Lane-Dupre was the captain of his soccer team to leading them to a 10-9 defeat of the Portland Timbers at Jeld-Wen Field. Many professional players would consider winning against the Timbers, who took home the 2015 MLS Cup title, a significant achievement. Lane

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Oregon US Attorney, A federal jury found Daniel Stephen Johnson, 40, of Coos Bay, Oregon, guilty today of repeatedly sexually abusing children who lived at an orphanage operated by the defendant in Cambodia. The verdict marks the end of the second foreign sexual exploitation trial held in the District of Oregon. Johnson was

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Catholic League Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Samantha Bee’s commentary last night about her assault on Ivanka Trump: Samantha Bee, and the geniuses at TBS, had a week to script an astute statement for her—getting the issue of her signature vulgarity off her back—and they blew it. Bee said that sh

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By Wall Street Journal Editorial Board, The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 Monday for a baker who refused to custom-bake a cake for a same-sex wedding out of sincere religious belief. Hold the champagne—this apparent victory for religious freedom may be short-lived. As Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote in legalizing same-sex marriag

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Friday, June 8, 2018, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Location: St. Cecilia Parish (Beaverton) No cost. A freewill offer will be accepted. THE STORY To characterize Father Augustus Tolton’s life as remarkable is an understatement, to say the least. He was born a slave on a Missouri farm in 1854, and his mother risked everything [

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Christian Newswire  In an effort to address racism, Starbucks is expanding to accommodate the least of these. Media funny woman Rosanne Barr is canned for exercising free speech and cussing during a frustrated racist rant. What in the world is going on? Is there a genuine Reconciled Church with a voice of reason? Right now

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By Tom Krattenmaker Oregon writer Featured often in USA Today, Religion News Service If you’re worried about the extreme polarization in America, the case of Kevin Nicholson and his parents might be your new Exhibit A. Politics junkies know Nicholson as a rising-star GOP Senate candidate in the fiercely contested state of

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NIKE Press Release, June 14, 1998; Salt Lake City, Utah: Michael Jordan’s jumper with 5.2 seconds remaining seals a Bulls victory over the Utah Jazz and with it a title, a legacy and a legend. Twenty years later, MJ’s Chicago finale will be commemorated with a forthcoming 10-part ESPN Films and Netflix documentary serie

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By Oregon Faith News Note, This August Franklin Graham will hold one-day evangelistic prayer events in Oregon and Washington as part of his Decision America Pacific Northwest Tour, an ongoing campaign to urge Christians to pray earnestly for America and lead lives rooted in biblical principles. After finishing 10 events in

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By Faith News Note, Bishop Michael Curry of the U.S. Episcopal Church gave a powerful wedding sermon on love during the Royal wedding for Pricne Harry and Meghan Markle.  It gained notional attention and the Guardian newspaper dubbed that “It was a sermon that will go down in history”. You can watch the video o

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Christ For All Nations Press Release, The 2018 Light The Fire Again (LFTA) gathering in Toronto, Canada pulled together an unprecedented line up of leaders from revivals of the recent past: John Kilpatrick, Claudio Freidzon, Lou Engle and many, many more. But, one on-stage guest stood out less for her involvement in one of

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By Christian News Northwest, Subscribe here With the help of two more nationally known pro-life speakers, concerned Christians who want a statewide vote on halting state funding of abortion are making their final two-month push to meet a critical deadline. Coming to Oregon to each speak at two special Speak Life events this

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By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministry Oregon based ministry Years ago, the television series “Life Goes On” portrayed a teenager named Corky who had Down syndrome. The starring role was played by a young man with Down syndrome, and many people were touched by his winsome performance. Critics raved. But many of t

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Alliance for the Unreached release, A global appeal on behalf of the more than 2 billion people around the world who have yet to hear the gospel is to ring out May 20 when supporters mark the Third Annual International Day for the Unreached (IDU, www.dayfortheunreached.org ). The challenge for greater involvement in efforts

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By Tom Krattenmaker Oregon writer Featured often in USA Today, Religion News Service The usual adversaries are at it again in the ongoing war over the place of the Bible and Christian faith in the U.S. armed forces. On behalf of 26 military families, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation is battling with the Navy over [

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By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministry Oregon based ministry I’ve mentioned before my profound appreciation for New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson. I love this brother and admire his willingness to speak out on things that are close to his heart, and that are close to God’s heart too, including racial

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National Day of Prayer Thursday May 3rd Please email, Facebook, Tweet this announcement! 1. Rainer Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast 5/2/18 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Rainier Community Church of God Rainier , OR Steve Berry 503-556-1961 pastor@hisacag.org C Street Rainier , OR 97048 2. Portland Day of Prayer 5/3/18 12:00 AM – 8

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By Corban University, On Wednesday, February 28, Corban University welcomed Dr. Preston Sprinkle as the speaker for the Christian Thought Leader Conference. The Christian Thought Leader (CTL) initiative is to provide Corban University and the greater regional community a series of opportunities for candid and insightful dia

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This article by Portland State University Student, Andy Ngo, originally gained national attention by being featured in the Wall Street Journal, Feb 15,2018, about a campus controversy and the loss of free speech.  Mr. Ngo’s article is below: By Andy Ngo I belong to Freethinkers of Portland State University, a skeptic

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By Oregon Right to Life, As of March of 2018, over 105,000 signatures have been collected for the initiative effort to stop taxpayer funding of abortions in Oregon. This, the 4th such attempt by pro-life group Oregon Life United (OLU), is the closest they have gotten to the required 117,578 signatures the group has achieved

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By Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the firing of the leader of American Atheists: The board of directors of American Atheists has fired its president, David Silverman. The decision was made the night of April 12. With the exception of one Internet site, ther

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By Mercy Corps, Melinda was afraid of yoga. “I’m now a ‘senior’ in age,” she explained, “morbidly obese by western medical measures, and labeled ‘disabled.’” She’d decided yoga was no longer for her — until she met Kate Holly at Yoga Refuge. Mercy Corps Northwest’s programs have been vital to shaping

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Oregon Attorney General Press Release, What you need to know to keep your family and loved ones safe Oregon Attorney General today launched a new downloadable resource for Oregonians who are concerned about a family or household member who is in possession of a gun or other weapon. Oregon’s new “Red Flag Law”, also ca

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By Catholic League for Civil and Religious Rights Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the testimony of Facebook chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg before the Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committee on April 10 and the House Energy and Commerce Committee on April 11: Sen. Ted Cruz informed Facebook chairman and

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By M. Martin, Oregon writer One of America’s biggest religious scandals, The Rajneesh movement, played out in Oregon in real life in the 1980s and is now featured in a six part Netflix series called Wild, Wild Country. Here are some things I learned from the series on the Rajneesh cult that came to Oregon: […]

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