Religion News Service: In-depth. Impartial. Engaged.

Multimedia » Photos

Topics: Faith, Doctrine & Practice
Beliefs: Christian - Catholic
Tags: alabama, apparition, birmingham, caritas of birmingham, fourth of july, marian, marian apparitions

You must acquire rights to repost our content. Log in now for permission to download and reprint or repost this content.

Related Stories

‘10 Commandments judge’ Roy Moore wins his old job back

(RNS) Roy Moore, forever known as Alabama's Ten Commandments judge, has been re-elected chief justice in a triumphant political resurrection after being ousted from that office nearly a decade ago. By Kim Chandler.
More | Comments (0)

Episcopal bishop says yes—and no—to gay blessings

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (RNS) Episcopal Bishop Kee Sloan of Alabama voted in favor of his church's new ritual for blessing same-sex unions - but he won't allow priests in his diocese to perform it. By Greg Garrison. 
More | Comments (3)

Could an Alabama shrine become the next Catholic pilgrimage site?

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (RNS) Could a Virgin Mary statue under a pine tree in the middle of a cow pasture in rural Alabama one day become an officially recognized international pilgrimage site of the Roman Catholic Church? By Greg Garrison.
More | Comments (4)

Seventh-day Adventists file suit over door-to-door solicitations

(RNS) Seventh-day Adventists have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of ordinances in an Alabama city that the church says bars it and other religious groups from door-to-door solicitations unless they first register and pay license fees. By Kent Faulk. 
More | Comments (1)

Visionary from Medjugorje says Virgin Mary is aware of economic crisis

STERRETT, Ala. (RNS)  Marija Lunetti, one of six young peasants who claimed that the Virgin Mary began appearing to them in 1981 in Medjugorje, Yugoslavia, says the mother of Jesus is aware of the economic crisis in Europe. By Greg Garrison. About 650.
More | Comments (3)

Sign In



Forgot Password?

You also can sign in with Facebook or Twitter if you've connected your account to them.

Sign In Using Facebook

Sign In Using Twitter