QU theology professor to lecture on pilgrims
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QU theology professor to lecture on pilgrims

Leonard Biallas, Quincy University's distinguished professor emeritus of theology and religious studies will present a lecture titled "A Pilgrim and the Sacred," at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Connie Niemann Center for Music, 17th and Seminary Road.

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'Unplanned' screening planned Wednesday night in Quincy

Blessed Sacrament Parish will sponsor a screening of the anti-abortion movie "Unplanned" at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the AMC Showplace 6 in Quincy.

New pastor at Faith Presbyterian looks forward to relocating to Quincy
Religion

New pastor at Faith Presbyterian looks forward to relocating to Quincy

The Rev. Joshua M. Hall has learned to appreciate -- and deal with -- the wide range of experiences he encounters on a regular basis.

The Kingsmen bring signature style of gospel music to Quincy
Music

The Kingsmen bring signature style of gospel music to Quincy

Growing up, Chris Jenkins was a big fan of Christian music group the Kingsmen Quartet, which was formed in 1956. Seven years ago, his dreams came true. He joined the storied group as its tenor. Jenkins and the rest of the quartet will perform Saturday.

NFL has provided Amukamara a platform for his faith
Religion

NFL has provided Amukamara a platform for his faith

Prince Amukamara is the first to admit life in the NFL is a challenge in its own right. Being a Christian in the NFL can be doubly difficult. "The temptations, the money ... it's tough/"

United Methodist Church ruling brought 'sense of sadness,' minister says
Religion

United Methodist Church ruling brought 'sense of sadness,' minister says

The Rev. Patty Johansen is uncertain what lies ahead for the United Methodist Church.

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QND Fund Drive moves into Commitment Weekend

Parishioners of Catholic churches in Quincy and Hannibal, Mo., will be asked to support the second phase of Quincy Notre Dame High School's Fund Drive during Commitment Weekend on Saturday and Sunday.

St. James students help out community to celebrate Lutheran Schools Week
Education

St. James students help out community to celebrate Lutheran Schools Week

Kamryn Flachs-Hill pulled on a pair of rubber gloves, ready to get to work at Horizons Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry. Students at St. James Lutheran School celebrated Lutheran Education Week on Tuesday by giving back to the community.

Church plans dollhouse display
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Church plans dollhouse display

More than 30 dollhouses from the shuttered Dollhouse Museum: Then and Now will be on display Sunday afternoon at a Quincy storefront church.

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Tolton's cause continues to move toward sainthood

The cause of the Rev. Augustus "Father Gus" Tolton, the nation's first black priest who pastored for three years in the late 1800s in Quincy and is buried in St. Peter's Cemetery, continues to move toward sainthood.