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Can Pope Francis Make a Difference for Peace?

Pope Francis prays at the security wall that protects Jerusalem from terrorists entering from the West Bank.

Making sense of Pope Francis’s whirlwind Mideast trip By Alex Traiman/JNS.org After two intense days of religious ceremonies in Bethlehem and Jerusalem, meetings with Israeli and Palestinian officials, unscheduled photo opportunities, and ...

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10 Reasons Maya Angelou Matters

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Angelou Often Related Faith to the Dignity of the Individual and Gave Voice to Many By Kharrisa Forte | Metro Voice 1. “Phenomenal woman, That’s me.” One of Angelou’s most popular pieces, ...

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Most Popular Internet Searches by State

Map reveals most popular Internet searches by state.

By Dwight Widaman | The game is over Kansas and Missouri! We’ve been looking at your most popular Internet searches, and the results are funny and alarming! We were helped with the ...

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KC Area 2014 Christian School Graduates

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Metro Voice, working with area Christian schools, is pleased to provide this public recognition of area 2014 Christian high school graduates. To see the schools who sponsored these special pages in the ...

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Pope Francis to Visit Israel, Jordan

Pope Francis with Benjamin Netanyahu. Pope Francis will embark on a trip to Israel and Jordan next week.

In Israel, Pope Francis to witness oasis of stability in chaotic region for Christians    By Sean Savage | JNS.org   Following in the footsteps of his two immediate predecessors, Pope Francis ...

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The Bible Comes Alive in Springfield’s Passages Exhibit

At the Passages Exhibit, visitors assist in the production of a Gutenberg Bible through a hands-on display.

Passages Exhibit Combines Rare Biblical Texts and Artifacts in Interactive Settings with Hands–On, Family–Friendly Fun SPRINGFIELD, MO.—Inviting people to engage with the Bible, the Green family, founders of national arts-­‐and-­‐crafts retailer Hobby ...

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