Church of Scientology opens in Florence

[reprinted from wcpo.com]FLORENCE, Ky. - The controversial Church of Scientology has opened its doors to the public in Florence.It's been a 10 year project that has cost millions of dollars. The Church of Scientology of Greater Cincinnati is home to 10,000 parishioners from across the Tri-State.It stands on a 3-acre campus and is 50,000 square feet.The former home of Florence Baptist Church has been transformed. The Public Information Center is the first thing you see when you … [Read more...]

Credo: Susan Taylor

Reprinted from the Washington Examiner Susan Taylor was climbing mountains and teaching skiing in Jackson Hole, Wy., in 1969 when a friend gave her a book entitled "The Fundamentals of Thought." It was by L. Ron Hubbard, who founded the Church of Scientology just 16 years before. After reading the book and taking a scientologist communications course, Taylor became a staff member of her local church. Now she's the president of the Church of Scientology in D.C. and the national … [Read more...]

Church of Scientology renovates old cigar factory, holds pieces of Tampa’s history

Updated: Monday, 20 Feb 2012, 9:48 AM EST Published : Monday, 20 Feb 2012, 7:21 AM ESTKerry Klecic/MyFoxTampaBay.comYBOR CITY - You could say the legendary Ybor Square holds the perfect balance of old and new.On the corner of 8th Avenue and 13th Street, it stands as a symbol of Tampa’s past – holding 116 years of history between its red-brick walls – and sign of its future.Years ago, it stood as the Tampa Bay area’s only brick cigar factory.Built in 1886 by Don Vicente Ma … [Read more...]

SCIENTOLOGY CHURCH OPENS DOORS TO A TRI-STATE WELCOME

The Church of Scientology Greater Cincinnati celebrated the opening of its expansive new home Saturday, February 25. The inauguration was attended by more than a thousand Scientologists and state, county and city officials. Located in Florence, Kentucky, within the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky metropolitan area, the Church’s new home stands at the intersection of Dixie Highway and Union Pike, the junction that inspired Florence’s original name of “Crossroads.” The new facility will not only prov … [Read more...]

CHURCHES OF SCIENTOLOGY FOR EUROPE CELEBRATES SECOND ANNIVERSARY

Religious leaders, community officials, representatives of nongovernment organizations and scholars joined Scientologists from throughout Europe to celebrate the second anniversary of the dedication and opening of Churches of Scientology for Europe in Brussels, Belgium.This unique Scientology Church caters to the spiritual needs of Scientologists throughout Belgium and makes its humanitarian campaigns available to representatives of the 27 member states of the European Union and embassy and … [Read more...]

L. Ron Hubbard, a Celebration

On the eve of the celebration of the birthday of L. Ron Hubbard, a series of posts about his contribution to the betterment of humankind through humanitarian programs he inspired or supported.First: an overview of his life and legacy.  … [Read more...]

What is the Church of Scientology of Missouri?

The Church of Scientology of Missouri presents news of Church activities.From the "Local News" section of the website of the Church of Scientology of St. Louis:The Church of Scientology of Missouri is the local hub for all Scientology activity in the surrounding areas.  While there are many individual Scientologists throughout Missouri, Illinois and surrounding states and each of these may have their own Dianetics or Scientology groups, the Central Organization is the coordinating … [Read more...]

What Being a Scientology Parent Means to Me

I’m a Scientologist and a parent.  What does that mean?  The answer sums up a lot of why I started this site in the first place.  And although I’ve written over 200 articles on this site so far on the subject, I’ve never actually just summarized what it means to me to be a Scientology Parent. Applying One’s Religion to Life With any religion, there’s a massive difference between simply calling oneself a member of that religion (i.e. “I’m a Scientologist”, “I’m Jewish”, “I’m a Mormon,” etc.), as … [Read more...]


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