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The former Crystal Cathedral will close to the public as it undergoes a transformation from a space built as a television studio as much as a sanctuary into the spiritual home for the Orange County Catholic community of more than 1.2 million people.
Schuller, founder of the Crystal Cathedral Ministries in California, has been hospitalized following a fall, his family said. Schuller, 86, fell last weekend at home in Orange and has been hospitalized since, the Los Angeles Times reported. At the
More than 2,000 people gathered at Orange County's famed Crystal Cathedral for a farewell service to the Protestant congregation that helped build it into a megachurch with a worldwide following. The Orange County Register (http://bit.ly/11XdRFZ )
Donations to the Crystal Cathedral went down and the ministry ended last year in the red. The Crystal Cathedral is "eeking by," Sheila Wiegel, the cathedral's chief financial officer, told some 150 congregants gathered for a meeting Thursday night.
Schuller, is the new pastor for the Crystal Cathedral's "Hour of Power" television program. His Sunday morning sermons will be heard across the U.S. and 11 other countries, John Charles, president and chief executive officer, announced at a
January 1, 2013 I'm not ashamed to have watched quite a few telecasts of Robert Schuller emanating from the beautiful Crystal Cathedral in Sunny Garden Grove California. I thought it was a Sunday in Cali, hungover, tradition kind of thing But
Vendors awaiting payment from the Crystal Cathedral Ministries will see a check in the mail during Christmas week after a deal was struck in court Friday...Schuller and the creditors in the case agreed to make payments to both Schuller and the
Schuller filed an appeal to a judge's ruling in a case that pits the well-known religious leader against the Crystal Cathedral Ministries he founded. Schuller and his corporation, Robert Harold Inc., filed an appeal Tuesday to Judge Robert Kwan's
Robert Schuller has lost a bid to get more than $5 million from his former ministry, a bankrupt religious empire than included worldwide broadcasts and Southern California's Crystal Cathedral. The Orange County Register says Schuller was awarded less
Schuller, who was among the best-known faces of America's televangelist heyday, has asserted in a federal bankruptcy court that he never gave up ownership of his books and other teachings even though the ministry he founded used them freely,