January 26, 2021

Just days after former President Donald Trump declared Jan. 22 as National Sanctity of Human Life Day, newly sworn-in President Joe Biden disregarded the designation and pledged to codify Roe v. Wade into federal law to prevent any changes that might occur if the U.S. Supreme Court were to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling. “The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to codifying Roe v. Wade and appointing judges that respect foundational precedents like Roe,” a statement put out... Read more

December 30, 2020

December 29 was the 850th anniversary of the martyrdom of Thomas Becket. Beckett was killed on December 29, 1170. He was a statesman, scholar, chancellor, priest, archbishop, and defender of religious liberty. Before the Magna Carta was ever drafted, Becket gave his life so “the Church will attain liberty and peace.” A son of a London sheriff who was once described as “a low‑born clerk” by King Henry III who ordered eventually ordered him to be killed, Becket rose to... Read more

November 25, 2020

The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that the governments of Texas and Louisiana can enforce their regulatory bans on the use of Medicaid funds to subsidize the abortion provider Planned Parenthood. The ruling expressly reversed lower court decisions in Texas and Louisiana, and is perceived a huge win for pro-life advocates. The ruling also affects laws passed in Mississippi, which falls under Fifth Circuit jurisdiction. The case was brought before the full Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals,... Read more

November 17, 2020

November 11, 2020 marks the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims landing in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Next year marks the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving held in North America in November 1621. Governor William Bradford declared a Day of Thanksgiving and the Pilgrims celebrated with 90 Indians, enjoying a three-day-long feast. The harvest of 1621 was abundant thanks to the help of their friend, an Indian named Squanto, who had helped them plant crops and grow and store food. He also... Read more

November 16, 2020

A California Superior Court judge at the County of Kern–Metro Division Court on Friday granted neither party what they were requesting in a case in which a Roman Catholic priest has sued Gov. Gavin Newsom and 19 other officials. The judge will hear the case on Dec. 10, following a December 4 hearing of the state’s request to transfer the case to another judge. The state and counties are requesting a stay; the plaintiff is requesting a preliminary injunction and... Read more

November 16, 2020

Much has been written about Squanto, also known as Tisquantum, a Native American Indian of the Patuxet tribe, who helped the Pilgrims survive and celebrated with them at the first Thanksgiving feast in 1621. This November marks the 400 year anniversary of the Pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Many believe they would not have survived if it were not for the help of Squanto. What many may not know is that in God’s providence, Squanto’s trials of... Read more

November 12, 2020

Today attorneys from the nonprofit religious freedom organization, Liberty Counsel, presented oral arguments before a three-judge panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals arguing against a federal judge’s ruling that had prohibited a Nativity scene from being displayed at the Jackson County Courthouse in Indiana. At issue is whether or not religious and secular symbols and displays can be displayed on public property, according to the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. At the time the Nativity scene was... Read more

November 12, 2020

This November is the 400-year anniversary of the Pilgrims arriving at Plymouth, Massachusetts. They arrived on a cargo ship never intended to carry passengers, called the Mayflower. On Nov. 11, 1620, British Separatist, otherwise known as Pilgrims, landed on the Northern tip of Cape Cod in Massachusetts seeking religious freedom. At the time, the King of England, King James, decreed that it was illegal for anyone to worship, even outside, if was not through the Church of England. If they... Read more

November 9, 2020

This individual shares his experience of being censored by social media censor police for posting the word, “Amen.” America According to the dictionary, the secular use of the word, amen, is used “to express solemn ratification (as of an expression of faith) or hearty approval (as of an assertion).” But its biblical roots are found in its Hebrew and Greek usage. The transliteration of the Hebrew amen is em’a. Using amen as a verb occurs more than 100 times in... Read more

November 6, 2020

On Election Day, 64 percent of Louisiana voters approved Amendment 1, the “Love Life Amendment,” which adds language to the Louisiana Declaration of Rights, stating, “nothing in the state’s constitution shall be construed to secure or protect a right to abortion or require the funding of abortion.” Proponents of the measure wanted to ensure that the rights to due process and privacy are never interpreted in a way that protect abortion rights if Roe v. Wade were ever struck down.... Read more

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