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1. 2014-03-20 Anti-gay church founder Phelps dies Kansas
C. 2012-08-10 Funeral for Sikh shooting victims Wisconsin
D. 2012-08-05 Sikhs express shock after shootings at temple USA
4. 2012-07-10 US church approves gay blessings
2010-04-22 US man names Pope in abuse lawsuit Milwaukee, Wisconsin
6. 2003-08-04 Allegations halt gay bishop vote U. S. Midwest

Funeral for Sikh shooting victims
Anti-gay church founder Phelps dies


year 2014 Top ^

Mar.20
  Kansas: The former leader of a US church that was widely known for its inflammatory anti-gay protests has died, his family has said


year 2012 Top ^

Aug.10
  Wisconsin: Thousands of people, including mourners from abroad, have turned out for the funerals of six victims of a shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin

Aug.5
   USA: Sikhs living in the U.S. have expressed their shock and fear after a shooting at a temple in Wisconsin on Sunday which left seven people dead
Jul.10 US church approves gay blessings Map of Indianapolis Indiana  Indiana: The Episcopal Church has become the largest US denomination to bless same-sex relationships

year 2010 Top ^

Apr.22   US man names Pope in abuse lawsuit
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  Wisconsin: A man who says he was the victim of a paedophile priest is bringing a lawsuit against the Pope and the Vatican in a US federal court
Mar.25   Pope accused of failing to act on abuse
   Vatican: Benedict XVI has been accused of failing to act on complaints from two archbishops in the US about a priest who allegedly abused 200 deaf boys
 An archbishop wrote letters in 1996 to the Vatican watchdog led by Cardinal Ratzinger calling for disciplinary proceedings against Fr Lawrence Murphy, who was a priest, believed to have molested some 200 boys at St John's School for the Deaf in St Francis, Wisconsin, between 1950 and 1974


year 2003 Top ^

Aug.4 Allegations halt gay bishop vote
  One claim involves an alleged connection of Mr Robinson to a gay and bisexual youth website


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