Nicole Santa Cruz

Los Angeles Times

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Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, covering Orange County

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Televangelist Robert Schuller's  Chrystal Cathedral  is bankrupt, and Schuller's family runs a board of directors that recently changed its mind about selling the complex for $50…

Who'll Get the Crystal Cathedral?

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