Tag: Offbeat religion news

Is the Pope a pirate?

Is software licensing theft still a problem? Is the Pope a Catholic? Or perhaps more aptly, is the Pope a pirate? The answers are yes, yes and probably not.

That said, when security software vendor AVAST decided to track down exactly where one 14 user enterprise software license had ended up after it was discovered on a file-sharing site, it must have been somewhat surprised to find that it cropped up a couple of times in Vatican City.

Quit Facebook, pastor tells church officers

Add another temptation for the faithful to resist: Facebook. The world’s biggest social network can lead married people astray, says the head of the Living Word Christian Fellowship Church in Neptune, N.J. So, in his Sunday sermon, the Rev. Cedric A. Miller will announce that married church leaders have to log out for good, or get kicked out. This thinking runs counter to churches that are embracing social media to reach their flocks.

Man now officially named In God We Trust

In God We Trust Steve Kreuscher is no more.

A Lake County judge granted permission to the Zion man Friday to officially change his name to “In God We Trust.” That’s “In God” as a first name and “We Trust” as a last name.

The 57-year-old artist and bus driver was ecstatic about the name change as he exited court Friday.