Obituaries Related to "Church" from New York Times Archive
A report said church investigators had “rushed to justice” in the case of Bishop George Bell, accused decades after his death of abusing a young girl.
The leader of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Irinej, died of the coronavirus on Friday, according to the church, three weeks after he attended a packed funeral for a senior bishop who had died after contracting the virus.
Roberts Temple Church of God in Christ in Chicago, where thousands paid their respects to the murdered teenager in 1955, was placed on a new list of endangered historic places in the United States.
In Ocala, Fla., she counseled couples, donated clothing and aided women who suffered from domestic violence. She died of the coronavirus.
Ms. Gibbs used her pulpit in Houston to treat broken parishioners in a broken social world. She died of the coronavirus.
He was the last survivor of three Klansmen who were convicted, years later, in the killing four black girls in 1963, a case that was a turning point in the civil rights struggle.
Mr. Guzman proclaimed his faith in God even as he lay dying of Covid-19 in the hospital. He started his church in New Jersey 30 years ago.
The death of Gerald O. Glenn, the bishop of the New Deliverance Evangelistic Church in Chesterfield, Va., was announced during Easter services.
The man entered Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Santa Ana on Sunday afternoon before Mass, the police said. The authorities do not know if the man was killed by the police, or if he fatally shot himself.
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With partners on NBC and then CBS, and with a rapid, opinionated style, he was heard during every N.C.A.A. men’s basketball tournament from 1975 to 2008.
“The virtual banishment of figuration and narrative from the vocabulary of so many thoughtful artists was one of the legacies of the modernists,” he said. “I never accepted this.”
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A live-wire personality and an epic self-promoter, he got a generation of youth in the City of Brotherly Love on its feet with little-known R&B gems.