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Free Toys For Needy Bronx Children For Christmas

New York State Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz, together with Mr. Edward Cox, Chairman of the New York State Republican Party, The United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots and The New York Hispanic Clergy Organization, will be celebrating Christmas in Bronx by giving free toys to needy children.
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Bronx Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. invites the public to the annual Bronx Christmas Tree lighting ceremony....
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"Is bible the word of God?" Based on the bible God is love. That means that the word of God is love. Suppose 65% of the ...
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Three Auxiliary Bishops Named For The Archdiocese

Pope Francis has named three priests of the archdiocese with extensive experience as parish pastors as auxiliary bishops of the Archdiocese of New York....
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Annual Christian Children's Parade

New York State Senator Reverend Rubén Díaz (D-Bronx) welcomes all New Yorkers to the Christian Children’s Parade on Saturday, June 14, 2014, beginning at 12:00 noon....
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Historic New York Medhanialem Church Moves To Bronx

One of the oldest Ethiopian churches in New York, the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Medhanialem Church has officially moved into a newly purchased property in the Norwood section of Bronx at 302 East 206 Street....
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Three Kings Day Celebration

On Saturday, January 4th, State Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz along with Bronx Borough President Rubén Díaz Jr., Assemblyman Marcos Crespo, Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda, The New York Hispanic Clergy Organization and other elected officials, will come together to provide the children of our community a Three Kings Day Celebration. ...
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New Yeshiva In Bronx Opening For Bochurim “Still Looking” Mid Zman

Bronx, once the home of a vibrant frum community, is now receiving its long awaited revitalization with the opening of a Yeshiva Gedolah and Beis Medrash....
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NYC Clergy Gather On Sandy Aftermath

Representatives from Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Long Island as well as Connecticut came together for prayer, conversation and planning to formulate a citywide faith-based strategy regarding the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy....
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Patriarch Maxim Of Bulgaria Dies At 98

Patriarch Maxim (Maximus) (Bulgarian: Патриарх Максим) (Marin Naydenov Minkov, born October 29, 1914), the head of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church since 1971 died today, November 6, 2012 at 98....
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Faith Wins A 17-Year Court Battle

Earlier today, the Alliance Defense Fund won a permanent injunction in a 17-year legal battle involving the Bronx Household of Faith and the NYC Board ...
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Bronx Church Permitted To Meet At NYC School

A federal judge cleared the way Thursday for a small Bronx church to continue meeting for religious services at a New York City public school despite an appeals court ruling upholding the city's ban on use of the schools for worship services....
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162-Year Bronx Parish Closes

The parish of St. Augustine's Church, which was founded in 1849 in the Morrisania section of the Bronx, is celebrating its last Mass today....
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Check Urself B4 U Wreck Urself

Reverend Hiram Ratliff, the Pastor of the New Tabernacle Baptist Church in Bronx, is hosting a youth workshop this Sunday, January 29, 2012 after morning service at 02:00 p.m. entitled Check Urself B4 U Wreck Urself. ...
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Buddhist Meditation & Levitation

On a quest for magic in Nepal, magician Dan White meets up with a Buddhist monk who claims to have the power of levitation....
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Jewish Organization Sued For Religious Discrimination

A Jewish former employee is suing the non-profit Jewish organization Na’amat for religious discrimination....
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Bronx Native Edwin O’Brien Named Cardinal

One of the 22 Catholic clergymen promoted Friday to cardinals by Pope Benedict XVI is a Bronx native assigned to Vatican City who makes a pilgrimage every spring to his childhood church....
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NY Housing Authority Gives Bronx Church The Boot

A small church in Bronx has been evicted from a public community center....
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Bronx Annual Chanukah Celebration

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. invites you to join him celebrate Chanukah....
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A Bronx Church Divided

The Bedford Park Presbyterian Church in the Bronx was founded in 1900 and began holding bilingual services in English and Korean, 73 years later....
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Jesuit Homosexualist Guest At Historic Bronx Parish Rededication

Jesuit homosexualist, Fr. James Martin, attends the rededication of a historic Bronx parish with N.Y. Archbishop and Cdl. Timothy Dolan, while a parishioner is "stunned."
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Dinner Honor For Father Fitzgerald

Father Brendan Fitzgerald, pastor of St. Barnabas parish in Bronx and dean of Northeast Bronx, will be one of three honorees at the Aisling Irish Community Center’s annual dinner dance and auction at Mulino’s at Lake Isle in Eastchester Friday, September 29, 2017.
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Happy St. Patrick's Day

Every year, millions of people don ginger wigs, green jackets and shamrock-adorned top hats.
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Bronx Police Officer Turned Demonologist

A former Bronx Police sergeant has gained recognition amongst fans of the supernatural with his first-hand accounts of the paranormal, some of which take place within walking distance of Fordham University’s gates.
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Parkchester’s Annual Kwanzaa Celebration

"Greetings, Creating Unity in the Community" focuses on bringing our African American community closer together for a wonderful cultural experience. The mission is to honor the work
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Parranda con Paranda: A Puerto Rican & Garifuna Holiday Celebration

Celebrate the holiday season at the Bronx Music Heritage Center with holiday traditions from two of the Bronx's distinct Latino communities: Puerto Rican and Garifuna.
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Merry Christmas

Joy to the world, a king has been born! Here’s wishing you and your families peace and prosperity this Christmas!

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EZ Al is a Native American with African and German descent who hails from the Bronx. At an early age she developed a love for music, art, and photography. She has photographed films, videos, fashion and political events. She is inspired by and influenced by talented photographers of today and graffiti artist of yesterday. Her motto is to live life is to love life.