It's not political activism to be a robust defender of the First Amendment, and especially religious liberty, which was enshrined into the Constitution for such a time as this.
In a response structure that appears to be modelled on the baptismal promise, the good father asked the congregants "Do you support racial justice, equity and compassion in human relations?"
A federal judge in Syracuse ruled in favour of two New York couples who challenged the state's 50-person cap on wedding celebrations.
In Las Vegas, where casinos have been allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity while houses of worship are subject to a limit of 50 parishioners, worship was held at a casino.
A video of a worship service happening inside a Walmart, has the internet chirping. The churchgoers came together in worship, as churches have been closed, but Walmarts are open.
"If you believe in one another and if you do the right thing for yourself and your community, things will get better in this country," Cuomo said. "You don't need help from above; it's within us."
Church communities must stand firm on their principles and values. Our statues, our culture, and our faith are worth protecting.
Governors who locked down their states and imposed restrictions cared little for the right to religious freedom and callous disregard for their faithful constituents.
"So I’m correcting this injustice and calling houses of worship essential. I call upon governors to allow our churches and place of worship to open right now," Trump said.
Police have made clear that “the gathering is in violation of the Emergency Order enacted to prevent the spread of COVID-19.”
Police made an appearance at a drive-in service held at an Ontario church on Sunday to enforce the province-wide emergency order.
Religious worship is not an optional expression a person can set aside until conditions improve.
A homophobic Islamic speaker who has defended pedophilia and called Christians criminals will speak at the York University Muslim Student association.
Freedom of religious expression via religious symbolism should never trump the freedom to not wear religious symbols.
The notorious “Street Preachers” are at it again. They are well-known in London, Ontario, often being arrested for harassment.
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