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Commentary: Ireland is becoming land of saints and secularists

Moorhead, Minn. -- Teacher fired for gay marriage stance

Philippine Christian leaders criticize possibility of more US troops

Conservatives rally across U.S. for 'religious freedom'

Uganda’s Catholic Bishops have reversed their position and joined other religious leaders in demanding the revival of the notorious bill which allows for gays to be executed.

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