Religious Freedom

Dozens of Migrant Children Enter U.S. Unaccompanied

Texas authorities announced that dozens of migrant children were encountered at the U.S.-Mexico border in one day.

Judge Throws Out Florida Law Banning ‘Gender-Affirming Care’ for Children

A federal judge struck down a Florida law that banned transgender surgeries and other "gender-affirming" treatments for children.

New Jersey Beach Town Ordered to Open on Sunday Mornings For First Time in 155 Years

A coastal town in New Jersey will open its beach on Sunday mornings for the first time in 155 years.

Federal Officials Prohibit Faith-Based Memorial Day Service

National Park Service officials announced that "religious" events planned for Memorial Day at Poplar Grove National Cemetery in Petersburg, Virginia, are prohibited.

Bank of America Terminates Account of Independent Journalist

Bank of America terminated the account of independent journalist Christina Urso without explanation.

Pastor’s Prison Sentence Upheld Over ‘Illegal Worship’ Case in Algeria

A court in the country of Algeria last week upheld a year-long prison sentence for a prominent pastor convicted of "illegal worshiping."

Cuba Sentences Woman to 15 Years in Prison For Filming Protests

Cuba sentenced 22-year-old Mayelín Rodríguez Prado to 15 years in prison this week for filming peaceful protests in the town of Nuevitas in August 2022.

DeSantis Excludes Satanists from School Chaplaincy Program

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) recently signed a bill into law that allows public and charter schools to have volunteer chaplains, although the governor emphasized that the chaplaincy program does not extend to Satanists.

Republican Attorneys General Allege Bank of America Discriminates Against Religious Customers

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach and 14 other Republican attorneys general have sent a letter to Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, alleging that the company is "de-banking" religious and conservative customers.

Hospitals & Healthcare began with Christian Charity – American Minute with Bill Federer

 The Byzantine Empire's School of Nisibis, founded in the 4th century, sometimes referred to as the world's first university, was a Christian center of scientific and medical learning, located in...

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