Muslim, Catholic Leaders Gather In San Jose For MLK Day Prayer EventReligious leaders gathered in mutual support and prayer in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday in San Jose.
FBI Stats Show Hate Crimes On Muslims Up 67% In 2015The number of hate crimes reported to police increased by about 6.7 percent last year, led largely by a 67 percent surge in crimes against Muslims, according to FBI statistics released Monday.
Thief Steals Nearly $10,000 From Palo Alto Church CollectionPolice in Palo Alto are searching for a man who stole thousands of dollars from a church collection basket following a service last Sunday.
Colin Kaepernick Cancels Church Appearance, Blames 'Rigors of Training'49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was a no-show for a scheduled appearance at an African-American church in San Francisco Sunday.
UC Berkeley Opens Dining Spot With Kosher, Halal OptionsThe University of California, Berkeley is offering a more inclusive dining experience, by opening the first kosher and halal dining station in the UC system.
Judge Refuses To Suspend California's Assisted Death LawA California judge on Friday rejected a request by physicians to immediately suspend a new state law allowing terminally ill people to end their lives.
Mississippi Gov. Signs Law Allowing Businesses To Refuse Services To LGBT PeopleMississippi's governor has signed a law that allows public and private businesses to refuse service to gay couples based on the employers' religious beliefs.
Higher Power: San Jose Looks To Churches For Housing Homeless VetsIn the struggle to end homelessness, the City of San Jose is calling on a higher power. Church leaders, along with the mayor and advocacy groups, came together to kick off an initiative called “Housing One Hero.”
Judge Allows NorCal Catholic Hospital To Deny Sterilization SurgeryA California Catholic hospital is not engaging in sex discrimination by denying a woman's request for the sterilization procedure known as tubal ligation, a San Francisco judge said in a tentative ruling.
Sacramento Lawyer Sues To Remove ‘In God We Trust’ From MoneyThe lawsuit argues the phrase "In God We Trust" on U.S. money is unconstitutional and violates separation of church and state.
Vatican Fires Priest Who Came Out As Gay On Eve Of Worldwide Bishops MeetingThe Vatican on Saturday fired a monsignor who came out as gay on the eve of a big meeting of the world's bishops to discuss church outreach to gays, divorcees and more traditional Catholic families.
Pope Francis Met With Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis During U.S. VisitA Kentucky clerk who went to jail for defying a federal court's orders to issue same-sex marriage licenses met briefly with the pope during his historic visit to the United States.

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