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The Immortal Chaplains of World War II
You may have read recently that a Catholic church in Essex, England, started a campaign to canonize its former priest, Father Thomas Byles, who had two opportunities to board a lifeboat on the Titanic but instead chose to stay and pray with the doomed passengers.

Faith

Saturday, June 21, 2014 - 1:45pm

Isaac Martin is ready to graduate from Clark High School in San Antonio in early June. But he’s been preparing for a bigger June event by getting shots to prevent yellow fever, typhoid and influenza. He’s going on a short-term mission trip to Africa through the Rafiki Foundation.

Rafiki—the name means “friend” in Swahili—invites...

Family

Saturday, February 1, 2014 - 1:18pm

A man with a heart for missions gave up his job and home to share the Gospel with unreached people across the globe. But when it came to caring for his wife and children, he fell short. Eventually he left both the mission field and his family.

The apostle Paul cautioned passionate followers of Christ not to neglect a quality even greater...

Community

Saturday, October 4, 2014 - 6:21pm

Top-selling rock band THOUSAND FOOT KRUTCH consistently records the “fists-in-the-air” anthems embraced by the sports entertainment world to fire-up their faithful fans. The band’s second consecutive No. 1 selling Billboard Hard Rock album, OXYGEN:INHALE, released Aug. 26 through The Fuel Music, is no exception. Although the album dares to...