The plaque honoring the first nuns has only the names of the men

A plaque marking the day the Church of England ordained its first female priest is being replaced as it only mentions male clerics attending the ceremony. Time reported that the names of 32 women who made history at Bristol Cathedral in 1994 were not on the plaque, but each woman contributed £15. The new version will feature the name of Angela Berners-Wilson, the first woman to be ordained. Berners-Wilson described the failure across the board as “very Church of England”.

Stolen head box in Colorado

A curious burglary occurred in Colorado last week when someone broke into a freight company truck and stole a box containing a human head. According to the authorities, the heads were transported for medical research purposes. Blue and white box labeled “Exempt Person Model”, reports Fox News. Officers are begging anyone who finds the box to call the Denver Police Department.

Ukraine conflict ‘shows Jesus’ return’

Radical Christians believe Ukraine conflict has ‘prophecy’ and shows humanity is in ‘end times’, report Daily Star. “Is there any prophetic significance to what is happening in Ukraine right now? The answer is yes! I believe that Jesus Christ can return at any time,” evangelical pastor Greg Laurie, from Harvest Christian Association in California, wrote on social media. Laurie also announced the anti-Christs would become a “world leader” who would show their “true colors”. The plaque honoring the first nuns has only the names of the men

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