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  • Pope Possible Target of ISIS
    At The Daily Beast:

    [...]the Roman newspaper Il Tempo published a disturbing report that Francis is ?in the crosshairs? of ISIS for ?bearing false witness? against Islam. Citing anonymous sources within Italy?s intelligence community and pointing to notable heightened security in Rome, the paper went on to say that ISIS plans to heat things up by ?raising the level of confrontation? with Europe, Italy and very specifically Pope Francis, the ?greatest exponent of the Christian religions.? The Vatican downplayed the concerns, calling them unfounded despite growing concern in Italy that it is not just the Pope who is under threat. ?There is nothing serious to this,? Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi told Catholic News Agency. ?There is no particular concern in the Vatican.?

  • Rediscovering Celibacy?
    At The Washington Post:

    When Julie Rodgers came out as a lesbian at age 17, her mom responded by taking her to an ex-gay ministry in Dallas. Rodgers had grown up in a nondenominational evangelical church where she assumed being gay wasn?t an option.

    Rodgers spent several years in Exodus, the now-defunct ex-gay ministry, before deciding she couldn?t become straight after trying to date men. Instead, she has chosen celibacy.

  • Gaza Muslims Find Refuge in Christian Church
    At The Daily Beast:

    There is very little left of what used to be a lively and densely populated neighborhood near the border between Gaza and Israel. Many of its people ran away on Sunday as Israeli troops advanced. Others?almost 1,000 of them, almost all of them Muslims?have crowded into Gaza City?s only Greek Orthodox Church, hoping that it will not become a target. Others lie dead, or, worse, or not yet dead beneath the rubble.

  • Coptic Christians Flee Eygpt for US
    At PBS NewsHour:

    When Mary, a 29-year-old Coptic Christian from Minya, Egypt, landed seven months ago at Dulles Airport in Northern Virginia, many thoughts were swirling in her head.

    How would she fare in the United States knowing so little English? Would her brother and other relatives she left behind in Egypt be OK?

    Her motivation for leaving an increasingly dangerous Egypt was embodied in her two lively little boys, ages 4 and 7.

  • God behind retirement of former pope

    At The Guardian:

    The former pope Benedict has claimed that his resignation in February was prompted by God, who told him to do it during a "mystical experience".

    Breaking his silence for the first time since he became the first pope to step down in 600 years, the 86-year-old reportedly said: "God told me to" when asked what had pushed him to retire to a secluded residence in the Vatican gardens.