faithful roman catholics the world over, bookmakers, cabals of nervous bankers and sweaty-palmed doomsday-mongers are all in a tizzy about who will be the next pontiff.
muslims around the world have been celebrating eid al-fitr, marking the end of ramadan. the holy month of fasting is now followed by a festival lasting several days. palestinians in the west bank, gaza and jerusalem gathered for morning prayers.
ıt is as traditional as the stars and stripes and mom's apple pie. the annual st patrick's day parade in new york. but protests over a ban on gay groups marching together led to boycotts this year.
it has been called the impossible job, but the right reverend justin welby was sworn in as archbishop of canterbury, and will begin guiding the divided anglican church's tens of millions of souls.
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'origin of species' is published, and while many think him the devil, darwin gathers a following in the scientific community.
a message from a bye bye bengali from the streets of texas to the light of islam in new york city
jedi academy watch this video you must do.
the world's 1.2 billion catholics have been studying the content of the first major interview of pope francis.
the picturesque village of castel gandolfo is well used to popes: it has been their summer retreat for over 400 years.
pope francis has called on people across latin america to use the gospel to unite our hopes, concerns, ideals and even utopian visions. speaking in the ecuadorian capital quito on tuesday (july 7), the pontiff praised the conviction and strength in what he called the cry for freedom during the region's struggle for independence against european powers two-hundred years ago.
an italian priest has been urged to resign after posting comments claiming women provoke violence against themselves.
the lebanese army has intervened in the northern city of tripoli, where violence has erupted between supporters and opponents of syrian president bashar al-assad. two people were killed in clashes on monday.
meet sayyid attiyah as he fights evil spirits with his holy chants.
bu videoda internetteki pek çok komplo teorisinin başrolünde olan illuminati gizli örgütü hakkında bilmemiz gerekenler derlenmiş. bu araştırmayı yaparken spekülatif bilgiler yerine sadece kabul görenleri kullanıldı.
'let's make religion history' adlı avustralya'da yayınlanmış bir reklam.
ashura marks one of the holiest days in the shi'ite calendar. hundreds of thousands of pilgrims gather each year in the iraqi city of kerbala to commemorate the killing of imam hussein, grandson of the prophet mohammed in the 7th century, which became the formative event in shi'ite islam.
pope francis has visited one of italy's most dangerous neighbourhoods in the city of naples. scampia has been described as a forgotten, crumbling slum in the heart of western europe. it is essentially under the control of one of italy's oldest crime organizations, the camorra. "corruption stinks and a corrupt society stinks! so go ahead and clear your souls and clean up the city and clean up society so that there is no longer that stink of corruption," francis said.
norra el norra music video by orphaned land (israeli metal) this song brings 3 religions closer.
pope francis has wound up his three-day trip to the holy land. on his last day, he prayed at the western wall, the only remains of the biblical second temple and left a note inside an envelope in one of the cracks between the stones, as is customary.
rageh omaar looks at how america's muslims have coped with the aftermath of the events of 9/11, exploring the demands of patriotism and belief.
The Irish government says it is considering holding an inquiry after the remains of 796 children were found in a concrete septic tank at a former home for unmarried mothers run by the Catholic Church. The institution in Tuam in County Galway was run by the Sisters of the Bon Secours between 1925 and 1961
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ahmed moait talks about finding a life full of purpose.
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known for his straight talking, it was a typically friendly but forthright pope francis who spoke to journalists as he flew back to rome from manila at the end of his asia tour. amid the row over caricatures of the prophet mohammad, he defended freedom of expression but added: i cannot insult and provoke a person continually because i risk making them angry and i risk getting a reaction that is not correct.
in the holy city of karbala in iraq, tens of thousands of shiite muslims pilgrims have celebrated the end of a 40-day period of mourning.
as 115 cardinals gather in the sistine chapel on tuesday for the start of the conclave they will be choosing the man.
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it is no ordinary easter for ukraine's orthodox christians. the country's crisis is felt particularly at st michael's cathedral in kyiv, where pro-eu demonstrators were sheltered and given medical care during the revolution.
the nonsense of evolution, which is devoid of any scientific validity, is imposed in schools in many countries of the world
winding up his homecoming tour to latin america, pope francis appealed to world leaders to seek a new economic model to help the poor.on saturday he had called for an end to policies that sacrifice human lives on the altar of money and profit.
charlie hebdo's front page drawing of the prophet mohammad has been condemned by religious authorities based in egypt. the islamic educational institute dar al-ifta, which issues religious edicts, called it an unjustifiably provocative act that would cause a new wave of anger.
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pope francis met palestinian president mahmoud abbas on saturday and called him an 'angel of peace'. the meeting at the vatican came days after it announced a treaty that makes formal its recognition of the state of palestine and hours before a ceremony abbas will attend to make saints of two palestinian-born nuns.
pope benedict xvi is to keep his honorific
leaders of non-christian faiths in italy have been giving their reactions to benedict's departure and looking ahead to a new era. despite angering many muslims during his reign, the last pope also made conciliatory gestures and some say inspired more intense dialogue between the two religions.
orchestrated by the government, which obliged all its employees to attend, chechens have held a huge demonstration in their capital grozny to protest against the cartoons of the prophet mohammed carried by french satirical magazine 'charlie hebdo'. officials said over a million people gathered for the occasion.
the vatican says benedict xvi might change the rules on choosing a new pope before he leaves the position next week.