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Westport Presbyterian celebrates reopening with 'church of the future'

Westport Presbyterian Church had a reopening celebration Saturday, more than four years after a devastating fire on Dec. 29, 2011. Rev. Scott Myers and BNIM architect Erik Heitman spoke about the long rebuilding process to create a church of the future. The church is also determined to remain a strong neighbor with a commitment to the arts and community service.

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Gay Muslims ask: Will Orlando bring change?

Across the U.S., Muslims mourned the loss of 49 people in a shooting at an Orlando, Fla., gay nightclub. Some people hope that out of that tragedy might come a chance for dialogue and greater acceptance of LGBT Muslims.

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Olathe celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.

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Interfaith service celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.

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Journey House provides women released from prison safe place to begin the next chapter of their lives

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Animals bring life to a church's live Nativity scene

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Religious group wants to build small village, develop cave

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KC diocese clergy at Service of Lament for sexual abuse victims

Clergy members of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph clergy surrounded the altar as the congregation sang "You Are Mine" at the beginning of a Service of Lament at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception as a public apology for decades of sexual abuse committed by diocesan priests.
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KC diocese clergy at Service of Lament for sexual abuse victims 1:01

KC diocese clergy at Service of Lament for sexual abuse victims

Westport Presbyterian celebrates reopening with 'church of the future' 2:10

Westport Presbyterian celebrates reopening with 'church of the future'

Seniors don't let age get in the way of a good song 2:22

Seniors don't let age get in the way of a good song

The meaning of Ash Wednesday 0:42

The meaning of Ash Wednesday