Category: Religious Freedom

Attacks on Churches Have Increased 800% in the Last Six Years

If you believe anti-Christian attacks have skyrocketed over the last decade, you’re right. Attacks on churches have increased 800% in less than six years — and more than doubled over the last year, according to a new report released today by Family Research Council. Documented acts of anti-church hostility include attempted bombings, shootings, satanic vandalism, and numerous attacks based on anti-Christian bias due to support for abortion or extreme transgender ideology. Some constituted unpunished election interference.

Read More

Montreal Archdiocese sues Quebec government over law mandating assisted suicides in Catholic hospices

The Archdiocese of Montreal has taken legal action against Quebec’s local government over a controversial law enacted in 2023. This law mandates Catholic hospices to perform assisted suicides, directly opposing Catholic teaching and the Fifth Commandment. The legal battle primarily revolves around St. Raphael’s Nursing Home, a palliative care home in Montreal. As of its opening in 2019, it has 12 beds and offers day care free of charge.

Read More

‘Wonder Years’ star Danica McKellar reveals how reading the Bible allowed her to get to ‘know God better’ and the power of forgiveness

“It’s just, doing something regularly that’s always a challenge, right? Because you get busy. And my life doesn’t have a regular schedule to it, doing movies and then not doing movies, but I found that if I did just two sessions a day for a little while, I could catch up, like after shooting a movie. That’s the most challenging,” McKellar told Fox News at the 31st annual Movieguide Awards.

Read More

Minnesota public school allows Somali Muslim families to opt out of LGBT curriculum

First Liberty Institute and True North Legal announced earlier this week that St. Louis Park Public Schools (SLP) near Minneapolis is now not only permitting elementary school students to opt out of such material, but also students in the district’s middle and high school, according to a press release. The two firms were representing six Muslim families who had immigrated to the U.S. from war-torn Somalia within the past 20 years, according to First Liberty. The parents wanted to know when their children would be encountering material that touched on sexuality, and LGBTQ sexuality in particular.

Read More
Loading