Rev. Earle Francis, a long-time leader in the Baptist community, died at Princess Margaret Hospital on Wednesday night, his family confirmed.
The Bahamas: Religion
Lamplighters, a group at Grace Community Church, is encouraging people to become consistent Bible readers, and read the complete Bible before the end of 2014.
Anglican Archdeacon Keith Cartwright said the government, law enforcement agencies, the judiciary and the church are “hopelessly paralyzed” in the fight against crime as Bahamians are being “mercilessly gunned downed like dogs”.
The world’s media greeted the new non-European and Jesuit Pope enthusiastically, calling him a breath of fresh air and a sign that the Catholic Church is able to change.
Despite Bishop Randy Fraser being convicted and jailed for sexual relations with an underage girl, his pitiable, lost cult members, I mean church members have voted to keep him as their leader.
Pope Benedict XVI announced that he will resign Feb. 28 due to poor health, ending eight years as head of the world’s Catholics. He is the first pope to resign in 600 years.
Bishop Simeon Hall criticized The Bahamas Christian Council for its stance on the gambling issue and suggested the organization concentrate on something other than its “Vote No” campaign.
Dr. Kendal Stubbs, senior pastor at the Remnant Tabernacle of Praise Church, was struck and killed by a driver in a Ford pick-up over the weekend during a fun run/walk event held by his congregation.
Saint Martin’s Monastery celebrated its 75th Anniversary with a Eucharistic service at Saint Francis Xavier’s Cathedral,