In the short five-minute ceremony, President Trump celebrated Memorial day at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetry. On Thursday, President Trump declared houses of worship as an "essential" and demanded governors to let churches reopen "right away." Governor Inslee's office responded hours after trump Trump threate… On Friday, President Donald Trump labeled churches and other houses of worship as "essential" during the coronavirus pandemic, calling on governors to reopen religious institutions for services this w… With America partially open during the COVID-19 pandemic, the stock market tells us that the economy is looking towards a brighter tomorrow.
5 Cases That Successfully Defended Religious Freedom Against Government Intervention During COVID-19
Many cases arose during the pandemic in which freedom was taken away by the government. Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) has successfully defended the freedom of Christians. Here are five victories th…
Archdiocese of Saint Paul & Minneapolis recently published the plan to permit parishes to reopen the services to the public masses and defy the state's "stay-home" order that forbids religious gathering of more than ten people. Oregon's Gov. Kate Brown's Executive Order 20-03, a COVID-19 pandemic stay-at-home order was issued on March 8, 2020, and has been invalidated by Baker County judge's orders on May 18, only to be issued a temporary stay in the same evening of May 18--putting Kate Brown's Executive Order still in eff…
U.S. Department of Justice Warns Gov.Newsom’s Reopening Plan Discriminates Against California Churches
The Department of Justice (DOJ) warned California Gov. Gavin Newsom that California's coronavirus reopening plan discriminates against churches and continued restrictions on worship services threatens religious freedom. Hope Presbyterian Church with a 425-member congregation in north Austin, is among churches throughout the Synod of the Sun that is finding creative ways to make connections with their members and the people they serve during COVID-19, despite the challenges posed by the pandemic. President Trump has been continuously blasted WHO, accusing it of delaying the information on COVID-19 and favoring China. Now, Trump is threatening to withdraw funding permanently and cancel US membership if it does not commit to "substantive improvements" within 30 days, even as it deals with a de… Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said on Sunday that there is yet no surge in COVID-19 cases reported in areas that recently reopened non-essential businesses, but he said it's still too early to conclude such patterns. Family Policy Institute of Washington (FPIW) recently posted an article regarding the "stay home" order that forbids religious gathering of any size in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The representative named Mark Miloscia wants Governor Inslee to lift the restriction so that people can go to Chu… In a recent blog post on Religion in Public, two researchers, Brittany Bramlett, teacher at University of Georgia and Ryan P.Burge, teacher at Eastern Illinois University analyzed tweets of all members of Congress from January of 2017 through April of 2018 to get a sense of how much "God Talk" is oc… The president made the announcement at a Rose Garden press conference that Trump administration is looking to develop the vaccine by the end of the year or maybe earlier, with the cooperation of public-private partnership. Kentucky churches were able to hold Sunday services in person last week after a federal court halted the Kentucky governor's ban on mass gatherings including in-person religious services on May 10.