Bieber baptism? * World Cup * Secular Coalition’s embezzlement: Monday’s …

Hello, Monday. Here’s a outline of what happened over a weekend:

Pope Francis led a Mideast prayer summit Sunday, welcoming Israeli and Palestinian presidents to a Vatican. Here’s what it looked like:

Meanwhile, a high-level organisation of Catholic and Orthodox officials is endorsing marriage for Eastern Catholic priests portion in North America.

Pope Francis might be a huge soccer fan, though a Catholic church has given Brazil’s World Cup organizers a “red card” for spending billions on stadiums while unwell to urge a country’s open services for a poor.

Justin Bieber behaving on Believe Tour in Oct 20, 2012. Photo by Joe Bielawa.

Justin Bieber behaving on “Believe Tour” in Oct 20, 2012. Photo by Joe Bielawa. (Image source)

In luminary news, Justin Bieber was reportedly baptized over a weekend by New York City Hillsong priest Carl Lentz. The singer, who has been in new prohibited H2O over videos where he appears to be racist, sought baptism after a DUI detain progressing this year.

Two employees who rubbed a Secular Coalition’s finances embezzled $78,805, according to an inner audit.

The Rev. Amy Butler, who was chosen to turn a initial womanlike priest of a ancestral Riverside Church, was officially voted in on Sunday. Meanwhile, mainline Protestant preachers have a star lineup of preachers.

The 1.76 million-member Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) could become a largest eremite organisation to deprive millions of dollars from a some major companies that pro-Palestinian activists have pronounced minister to assault in a Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Oprah Winfrey, Michelle Obama and former President Bill Clinton led a commemorative service Saturday for the late producer and American polite rights idol Maya Angelou during Wake Forest University. “God loaned her her voice and he motionless he wanted it behind for a while,” Clinton said.

Wisconsin became a latest state where sovereign judges have struck down same-sex matrimony bans. Same-sex matrimony is causing some engaging issues overseas. As Britain now allows same-sex marriage, Hong Kong is refusing to allow a marriages to be achieved in a British Consulate notwithstanding countries like China, Russia and Azerbaijian giving their consent.

In Pakistan, terrorists attacked the country’s largest airport.

Members of a hardline Sikh organisation fought with swords against guards of a Sikhs’ holiest shrine, a Golden Temple, in Amritsar, India, Friday, wounding about a dozen.

Spain has approved a check permitting descendants of Jews forced into outcast centuries ago a right to dual citizenship.

Meanwhile, a ability Pope Francis has acquired that we can work on this week:

Here’s the video if we wish to watch for a notation during a 38 mark.

And here’s a bit from a Tony awards final night:

With that, have a good week.

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