The Archdiocese of St. Louis in Missouri defended the statue of King Louis IX of France located in front of St. Louis Art Museum in Forest Park as praying Catholics clashed with protesters seeking to tear it down because the king persecuted Jews.
Religious services in California will look much different under rules unveiled Monday that limit attendance to 100 people and recommend worshippers wear masks, limit singing and refrain from shaking hands or hugging.
Predicted rains held back Tuesday morning, May 5, 2020, so a magnificent new monumental bronze sculpture named the “Lion of Judah” could be installed in the heart of Jerusalem. The massive 11-foot long statue was permanently placed in Bloomfield Park, located between the Old City […]
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A Holocaust survivor shared her story of pain and loss to encourage the international community to “stand up, call out religious and ethnic intolerance and persecution, and work toward the idea of never again.”
This story comes wrapped in a shroud of mystery. It involves a mother and her children, but because this person is a person of considerable influence in the nation in which she lives, keeping her identity under wraps ensures her safety.