42% of religious Americans report attending in-person worship at least once in the past month: Pew

As the pandemic continues, 42% of U.S. adults who identify as religious said they've attended worship at least once in the past month, according to the Pew Research Center.

UPDATE: GraceLife’s Pastor James Coates Fined $1,500 and Released From Jail

After spending almost five weeks behind the bars of the Edmonton Remand Centre for violating public health mandates, Pastor James Coates was released yesterday (March 22, 2021). Coates was jailed because he preached at his GraceLife Church‘s worship gatherings and refused to place capacity and social distancing restrictions upon the congregants.

Al Mohler: If the Equality Act Passes, Say Goodbye to Religious Freedom

(ChurchLeaders) “The audacity is breathtaking, and the threat to America’s first liberty is all too real.” That’s how Dr. Al Mohler describes the controversial Equality Act in an article for Public Discourse. Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, is among the many Christian leaders warning that passage of the legislation will spell disaster for religious freedom in America.

CDC Ignores Inquiry Into Increasing Number of Deaths, Injuries Reported After COVID Vaccines

VAERS data released today showed 38,444 reports of adverse events following COVID vaccines, including 1,739 deaths and 6,286 serious injuries since Dec. 14, 2020.

Analysis: Poll Finds That on Anti-Christian Persecution, U.S. Catholics Now Get It

Anti-Christian persecution is one of the most dramatic human rights scourges of our time.

UPDATE: Pastor James Coates Will Remain in Jail for at Least Another Weekend

The court said Pastor Coates’ case is planned to be heard on Monday, which will hopefully lead to his release until the May 3, 2021 trial date but will keep in jail for at least another weekend.

Explosive German child abuse investigation reveals 200+ perpetrators, 300+ victims in Catholic Diocese of Cologne

After five months of investigation, hundreds of alleged child abusers and victims have been identified in an 800-page independent report on abuse in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cologne, Germany, spanning decades.

Where Christians Are Most Persecuted

Christian persecution has been on the rise worldwide in recent years. In fact, despite the religious freedoms and protections guaranteed under the First Amendment, the practice has even taken a foothold here in the United States.

Christian reporter joins Playboy correspondent in protest of Biden’s press policies

A diverse group of journalists — from a Christian reporter to a writer for a pornographic magazine — have expressed concerns over the Biden...

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