Religious Freedom

U.S. No Longer ‘Safe Haven’ for Persecuted Christians, Say International Religious Freedom Advocacy Groups

Advocacy groups 'Open Doors US' and 'World Relief' have jointly released a report raising concerns about the drastically reduced numbers of persecuted Christians being resettled in the United States from countries known for high levels of persecution and discrimination.

American Faith Partners with Pacific Justice Institute to Advance Religious Freedom and Values

"Together, we aim to provide a platform where individuals can engage in meaningful dialogue about the values our nation was founded upon and the framework which shapes our world," says American Faith founder Phil Hotsenpiller.

Ukrainian Police Raid Christian Monastery

Ukrainian police officers raided the Kiev Pechersk Lavra following a court ruling forcing monks out of the historic monastery.

Southwest Airlines to Undergo Religious Freedom Training After Lawsuit

The ruling is the latest development in a 10-year battle.

Congressman Matt Gaetz Proposes ‘National Prayer in School Act’

"God's reach does not stop at the schoolhouse gates. Our country’s education policy forbids students and faculty from praying while endlessly promoting degenerate LGBT and anti-White propaganda."

RFK Jr. Sues Google, YouTube Over Widespread ‘Censorship Campaign’

“This complaint concerns the freedom of speech and the extraordinary steps the United States government has taken under the leadership of Joe Biden to silence people it does not want Americans to hear," the lawsuit reads.

Persecution, Death of Nigerian Christians Leads to International Discussion

Since the Congressional Values Action Team caucus met with Catholic Bishop Chipa Wilfred Anagbe and the Rev. Remigius Ihyula, House Resolution 82 garnered support.

Indiana’s Near Total Abortion Ban Goes Into Effect

With exceptions like cases of rape or incest in the first ten weeks, or in circumstances where the mother's health undergoes "substantial and irreversible physical impairment."

New Bill Holds Federal Officials Accountable for First Amendment Violations: ‘Censorship Accountability Act’

"Unfortunately, many malicious actors, especially federal bureaucrats, are bent on undermining the First Amendment and censoring Americans at every turn."

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