As bitter winter advances, religious communities from Portland to New York are opening their doors to Occupy protesters. How many“Christmas among the Occupiers” stories do you think we'll see this year?
Christmas, by the way, is on a Sunday this year. The vast majority of churches (91 percent) plan to hold some sort of worship service, according to Lifeway Research. Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafeesays that anyone upset that he calls the blue spruce erected in the Statehousea holiday tree instead of a Christmas trees hould hush up and go feed the poor.
Speaking of charity,donations are inching up, but it could take years to return to pre-recession levels, USA Today reports.
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