The Equality Act explicitly targets the Bible, calling it a bigoted document filled with discriminatory stereotypes. It would also ban observant Jews from religious ceremonies.
Hearings began in a new case against Masterpiece Cakeshop over a Colorado baker’s refusal to bake a cake celebrating a man’s decision to become transgender.
The Equality Act would enshrine into law the left’s ideological extremism on three of the most divisive issues of the day: sex, abortion, and religious liberty.
The fact-checker concluded that “legal complexities make it difficult to assign a Pinocchio rating” to whether Biden’s nominee sued the Little Sisters of the Poor.
Adding ‘sexual orientation’ and ‘gender identity’ to the list of protected classes may seem straightforward enough, but the proposed law does more—much more.
At its essence, Tennesee House Bill 10 promotes foundational conservative policies and should be a no-brainer for Republicans in the red stronghold.
The physical contact created with God through worship is vital to following him and cannot be met through virtual means. For those who are not at high risk from COVID, it’s time.
It’s reasonable to defer to executive branch officials during an emergency. But that deference cannot last forever, and it should depend on the nature of the government’s actions.
‘[I]f Hollywood may host a studio audience or film a singing competition while not a single soul may enter California’s churches, synagogues, and mosques, something has gone seriously awry.’
While Lee deems church services dangerous, ‘school sponsored sporting events and activities’ are specifically permitted in the order and there is no mention of further governor guidelines for them.
Officials from the Vatican held back a statement from the U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops, which warned Catholics that the incoming Biden administration holds an extreme anti-Catholic policy agenda.
Trump’s proclamation honoring the famous saint and martyr is a stark reminder that religious liberty is under threat by Democrats.
The Supreme Court sided with a rural Colorado church Tuesday that had challenged the state Democratic governor’s COVID rules restricting capacity.
‘The celebration of Mass … is the center of the whole of Christian life for the Church both universal and local, as well as for each of the faithful individually.’
According to a new survey, mental health has tanked across the board during this year of mayhem, except for one group: those who regularly attend church.
We should demand that our pastors mark the Nativity with pomp and refuse to support churches whose leaders cower behind the lie that church is nonessential.
‘Even if the Constitution has taken a holiday during this pandemic, it cannot become a sabbatical,’ wrote Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.
The Supreme Court determined that the exorbitant restrictions on church attendence were in violation of the First Amendment’s protection of Free Expression.
A second challenge to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s discriminatory COVID rules that targeted Orthodox Jews provides a crucial test for the new Supreme Court.
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