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Mike Pence to visit heads of burned black Louisiana churches

Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit with community and faith leaders near Opelousas, Louisiana, where three black churches were destroyed by an arsonist.
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Notre Dame tragedy inspires fundraising for burnt Louisiana churches

Three churches destroyed by fires in the United States have seen a spike in donations following the flooding of funds to Notre-Dame Cathedral.
euronews - Published

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GoFundMe Kicks Off For Destroyed Louisiana Churches [Video]GoFundMe Kicks Off For Destroyed Louisiana Churches

After the tragic destruction of the historical Notre Dame church in France, a fundraising effort for rebuilding the Notre-Dame Cathedral inspired people to donate funds to the reconstruction of several..

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Notre-Dame's ashes spark renewed push to rebuild torched Louisiana churches [Video]Notre-Dame's ashes spark renewed push to rebuild torched Louisiana churches

According to Reuters, the worldwide resolve to restore France’s fire-devastated Notre-Dame cathedral provided an unexpected campaign to rebuild three predominantly black churches in Louisiana that..

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Ravens owner called retired Saints TE Ben Watson to pledge $100K for burned Louisiana churches

In retired Saints tight end's push to help rebuild three historically black Louisiana churches recently burned to the ground by an arsonist, a big name from Baltimore has joined the cause.
Harrison Daily - Published

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti donates $100,000 to Louisiana churches


Pro Football Talk - Published Also reported by •SI.com

After Notre Dame, viral tweet helps raise $1.8M for burned down Louisiana churches

The goodwill generated by the devastating fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris is also helping three historically black Louisiana churches. They were destroyed in an arson attack. A GoFundMe created..
CBS News - Published

After Notre Dame, donations for torched Louisiana churches pour in

As more than a billion dollars in donations poured in for Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, some on social media pointed to three smaller houses of worship in need
CBS News - Published

Twitter campaign raises over $1M for 3 historically black Louisiana churches after fires

A social media effort has propelled a GoFundMe campaign toward an ambitious goal to rebuild three black churches in Louisiana that suffered devastating fires that investigators have since concluded..
FOXNews.com - Published

Notre-Dame's ashes spark renewed push to rebuild torched Louisiana churches

The worldwide resolve to restore France's fire-devastated Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral provided an unexpected boost on Tuesday to a more modest campaign to rebuild three predominantly black churches..
Reuters - Published

Suspect in church fires charged with hate crimes

Images on Holden Matthews' phone showed him "claiming responsibility" for the Louisiana churches burning, officials said
CBS News - Published

Deputy Sheriff’s Son Arrested In Burning Of Three Black Louisiana Churches

Pagan connections?
Daily Caller - Published

Suspicious fires at historically black Louisiana churches 'notably the same': lawmaker

Several days have passed since federal investigators first began looking into “suspicious” fires that destroyed three historically African American churches in Louisiana, and while many questions..
FOXNews.com - Published

3 black Louisiana churches reduced to 'smoke and rubble' in recent weeks

Sheryl Richard was baptized and married in the Greater Union Baptist Church. She watched all four of her children and grandchildren get christened there. And last Tuesday, she watched it burn.
CBC.ca - Published

Suspicious blazes destroy three predominantly black Louisiana churches

Federal and state officials in Louisiana are investigating suspicious fires that destroyed three predominantly black churches in 10 days in one mostly rural parish, authorities said on Saturday.
Reuters - Published

Edwards agree to loosen rules on guns in Louisiana churches

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. John Bel Edwards has agreed to loosen Louisiana’s regulations on concealed handguns in churches. The governor’s office announced Tuesday he signed the bill by..
Seattle Times - Published

Taking guns into Louisiana churches will soon be easier

The provision takes effect Aug. 1.
nola.com - Published

Louisiana Churches Serving as Red Cross Shelters Amid Historic Flood With 20,000 Rescues

Historic flooding in Louisiana has left five people dead as waters continue to rise in the western portion of the state. In response some local churches chose to cancel their services to help with..
Christian Post - Published

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