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RELIGION DIGEST || ACTION clergy breakfast

ACTION clergy breakfast YOUNGSTOWN St. John Episcopal Church, 323 Wick Ave., will host the

Conference on tap

Conference on tap VILLA MARIA, PA. Villa Maria Education and Spirituality Center, 2067 Evergreen

‘Prophetic Unveiling Conference’ scheduled

‘Prophetic Unveiling Conference’ scheduled YOUNGSTOWN Triedstone Baptist Church, 2045 Jacobs

Summer camps

Summer camps VILLA MARIA, PA. Registrations are being accepted for a summer day camp for

RELIGION DIGEST | Summer recital; VBS

The Sean Baran Studio will be showcased by the William Holmes McGuffey Historical Society in the annual summer recital, Music in the Afternoon.

Ordination ceremony

Ordination ceremony YOUNGSTOWN Seminarian Simon Mino will be ordained a Transitional Deacon for

Study: Christians in west Europe less tolerant of immigrants

Associated Press BERLIN Christians in western Europe are less accepting of immigrants and non-

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42nd Glendi fest concludes today

The hours are noon to 10 p.m. at the church at 4955 Glenwood Ave.

‘Celebration of YOU’

‘Celebration of YOU’ YOUNGSTOWN The Mount Olive Fire Baptized Holiness Church, 124 W. Marion

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Catholic Diocese of Youngstown celebrates 75th anniversary

The diocese will host events throughout the year to celebrate the anniversary

Pastor anniversary

Pastor anniversary YOUNGSTOWN Mount Sinai Baptist Church, 328 S. Forest St., will conclude

Church sponsors free gas giveaway

Abdel Yusef hadn’t decided whether to take his mother, Amal Yusef, to Cleveland or Pittsburgh to celebrate Mother’s Day today, but whichever destination he chose, he will have spent considerably less money to get there.

Awards given to CTNY

Awards given to CTNY YOUNGSTOWN Judging has been completed for the entries to the 24th annual

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Area Jews celebrate 70th anniversary of formation of Israel

The country came into being May 14, 1948.

Local church leaders want to help religious community respond to opioid epidemic

Religious leaders have found themselves on the front lines of the opioid crisis.