Catholic priest slaps child
June 21st, 2018

A baptism ceremony took a dark turn when a Catholic priest appeared to lose his temper with a crying baby. To the shock of everyone involved, the frustrated priest proceeds to slap the child across the face. Continue reading

jaws of a crocodile
June 13th, 2018

A pastor organized a group baptism ceremony to welcome newcomers into his church, but the event went from holy to horrific when a large crocodile suddenly emerged from the murky waters and savagely attacked the pastor as his congregation looked on in disbelief. Continue reading

A baby at a christening ceremony
July 7th, 2017

The most important thing on the day of your baby’s christening is that you take your time, relax, and enjoy your baby’s special day stress free. In order to do that, you must plan your day out ahead of time and tie up any loose ends ahead of schedule. Continue reading

High school football players praying before a game.
October 26th, 2016

The U.S. constitution holds that religion and government must remain independent of one another. However, there’s no getting around it America’s long history of Christian religious tradition. The majority of Americans are Christians, and to many their faith is more … Continue reading

December 29th, 2014

The New Year is upon us and as we gather to celebrate with our friends and families, you will undoubtedly hear about resolutions. January 1st brings with it a renewed focus on the possibilities for the future. Universal Life Church … Continue reading

December 10th, 2014

Discovering extraterrestrial life would certainly be a game-changer for humanity, but some people are refusing to let such a prospect shake their religious faith. On the contrary, they see it as an opportunity to share the “good news” of their … Continue reading

June 15th, 2012

We interact with water every day.  It’s in our cells, we consume it, wash with it and even play in it.  For us – for life in general – there’s no denying its importance.  But what metaphysical properties does it … Continue reading