Ninety-eight years ago, the war between science and religion began in American culture in the small Tennessee town of Dayton, labeled “The Bible Belt” by scoffing secular media outlets, whose fictionalized pre-event script of the event was already being
In an effort to encourage faith-based and family-friendly content at community libraries across the nation, an Alaska organization has booked the Loussac Library for a virtue-based children’s story hour in Anchorage. Inspired as a reaction against Drag
A weeklong, interdenominational tent revival is underway in the Mat-Su with nightly worship, prayer and preaching from a slate of local and national leaders. Hosted by the Valley Pastors Prayer Network, the gatherings occur each evening, through July 30.
After considerable public outcry, the Alaska Department of Corrections has rescinded a policy that had effectively banned the celebration of Catholic mass in state prisons for the past month. “Alaska Department of Corrections acknowledges the recent concern
In what may well be a violation of the First Amendment, Alaska inmates are currently unable to participate in Catholic masses thanks to a new policy from the state corrections department, which effectively bans the use of sacramental altar wine in the
Pope Francis has named Dominican order priest Father Steven Maekawa as the next bishop of the vast Fairbanks Diocese in Northern Alaska. Father Maekawa most recently served a pastor of Holy Family Old Cathedral in Anchorage, where he has been stationed since
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