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January 21, 1991 | TRACY WILKINSON and JESSE KATZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
An Episcopal church in Los Angeles symbolically closed its massive front doors, a West Hollywood synagogue prayed for the safety of Israel and a Catholic church in San Fernando paid sober homage to troops overseas, as Southern California's religious community marked the first Sunday since war broke out in the Persian Gulf. It was a day of somber remembrances, political symbolism, quiet tears and moral debate.
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January 21, 1991 | TRACY WILKINSON and JESSE KATZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
An Episcopal church in Los Angeles symbolically closed its massive front doors, a West Hollywood synagogue prayed for the safety of Israel and a Catholic church in San Fernando paid sober homage to troops overseas, as Southern California's religious community marked the first Sunday since war broke out in the Persian Gulf. It was a day of somber remembrances, political symbolism, quiet tears and moral debate.
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February 19, 2014 | By Richard Winton and Angel Jennings
County and state officials have begun moving dozens of physically and mentally disabled residents from two board-and-care homes where they were allegedly forced to live in "deplorable" conditions and punished if they failed to attend religious services. Los Angeles City Atty.  Mike Feuer  filed a lawsuit against Agape Mission House and Agape Home Church, unlicensed assisted-care facilities, alleging that residents lived in overcrowded and substandard conditions. A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge last Friday appointed a receiver to immediately begin relocating residents from the homes in the 2200 block of South Hobart Boulevard.
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November 22, 1997 | VALERIE BURGHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the last three weeks, the Rev. Tommy Barnett performed a baptism with a bottle of Evian, prayed with boxer Evander Holyfield, and discovered that his true shoe size is not 9 1/2 but 11--all while running from Phoenix to Los Angeles. Barnett, an Assembly of God minister based in Phoenix, celebrated his 60th birthday by living his lifelong dream of seeing more of the country.
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