Church Experiencing Pastoral Shortage, Taco Bell Announces “Drag Brunch,” Anti-CRT Candidates Win School Board Races

Top headlines for Thursday, May 12, 2022

Since their former Pastor Darren Paulson resigned last September as the COVID-19 pandemic raged into its second year, congregants of Atonement Lutheran Church in Billing Heights, Montana, have been waiting patiently for their local synod to replace him.

Police in Colorado are investigating another attack on a Catholic church after abortion slogans were spray-painted on the doors and glass panels broken at Saint John XXIII Catholic Church of Fort Collins.

School board candidates opposed to critical race theory won nearly every election in the largest counties in Texas as concerns about the direction of public education continue to loom large in American politics. 

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Links to the News

•  Evangelical Lutheran Church short ’at least 600’ pastors | Church & Ministries News 

•  Abortion activists attack Catholic church, graffiti front doors | U.S. News 

•  Catholic church vandalized 2nd time with pro-abortion graffiti | U.S. News 

•  Anti-CRT candidates win school board races in Texas | Politics News 

•  New ‘Harbinger’ movie details America’s prophetic history | Entertainment News 

•  Movieguide co-founder Lili Baehr dies | Entertainment News 

•  Kansas teacher suspended over pronouns secures court order | U.S. News 

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