Seven people including three children are confirmed dead after a suspect began shooting at a private Christian school in Nashville on Monday, March 27, police said.
Nashville Diocese Marks 185th Year; Mass Recalls All ‘Who Have Gone Before’
it was Bishop Miles’ words that officially brought the Diocese of Nashville to where it is today and its 185th anniversary was celebrated by Bishop J. Mark Spalding, joined by dozens of priests and deacons of the diocese, with a special Mass at the Cathedral of the Incarnation July 28.
Retired Nurse on Mission to Urge People of Color to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
Having the ability to educate and advocate for her family inspired Joyce Christian of Somerville, Tennessee, to become a nurse.
Memphis Rep. John DeBerry Says He Was Ousted by Democratic Party for Pro-Life Views
John DeBerry is running for re-election for his seat in the Tennessee House of Representatives, but not as a Democrat, which has been his party since the 1960s. Instead, he is campaigning as an independent after the Tennessee Democrat executive committee voted to take him off the ballot for the primary election in August.
Committee members cited DeBerry’s support of school vouchers and his pro-life votes as reasons for the ouster.
Nashville, Tenn., Begins Long Recovery From Devastating Tornado
The historic Church of the Assumption in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood was one of a number of churches and other buildings that suffered significant damage early March 3 when a tornado cut a swath of destruction through the city that stretched for miles.
In New Program, Horses Help Adults With Disabilities
Educator and riding instructor Curt Stacy, wearing a silver and gold crucifix around his neck and a smile on his face, stands in the middle of a dusty horse ring and calls out instructions to two riders, affirming the young men as they carefully follow his directions.