Religious Liberty

Elderly, Disabled Woman Facing Eviction After Sharing Gospel Tracts

A woman living in a senior center is facing eviction after she shared Gospel tracts in a common area.

Christian Foster Parents Sue Vermont for Revoking Licenses Over Gender Ideology

A complaint filed on Tuesday claims that a number of Christian families were expelled from Vermont's foster care system due to their beliefs regarding...

Colonial Pastors Who Influenced American Government – American Minute with Bill Federer

A descendant of Protestant Reformer John Knox, Witherspoon was educated at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and afterwards served as a Presbyterian pastor. His writings brought him to the attention...

Memorial Day – American Minute with Bill Federer

Memorial Day in America, as an annual observance, can be traced back to the end of the Civil War, a war in which over a half-million died.  Southern...

Parents Call on Archdiocese to Abandon Lawsuit Against Colorado’s Pre-K Program

Two Catholic parents have urged the Archdiocese of Denver to withdraw its lawsuit against Colorado over LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination protections in the state's universal pre-K...

Federal Court Names Colorado University’s COVID Vaccine Mandate Unconstitutional

The United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit said this month that the University of Colorado Anschutz School of Medicine's COVID-19 vaccine mandate was "unconstitutional."

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...

Judge Rules Biden Admin Cannot Force Christian Employers to Pay for Trans Surgeries

Judge Daniel Traynor for the U.S. District Court for the District of North Dakota ruled that the Christian Employers Alliance (CEA) is protected from providing "gender transition services," citing religious liberty.

FBI Targeted Catholics in ‘Domestic Extremism’ Investigation

The latest report from the House GOP Weaponization of Government Committee found that the "FBI abused its counterterrorism tools to target Catholic Americans as potential domestic terrorists."

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