COMMENTARY: The court unanimously ruled that Boston violated the First Amendment when it banned an organization called Camp Constitution from flying an ecumenical Christian flag.
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COMMENTARY: The First Amendment not only gives Catholics the right to practice our faith, but also creates the space in which we can evangelize.
COMMENTARY: This way to interpret the law looks to be a nice antidote for the ills facing our country today. But scratch beneath the surface and you find all sorts of dangers to cherished liberties.
COMMENTARY: Fostering a proper understanding of religious liberty figures heavily, and it’s an urgent priority for Americans — especially for our children.
COMMENTARY: It’s looking as if only nine people can stop the First Amendment being torn up in front of your eyes.
Barronelle Stutzman, the owner of Arlene’s Flowers, said the government 'trying to compel me to design something that goes totally against my personal conscience, and they violated my right to free speech and expression.'
NEWS ANALYSIS: A new report from the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, and related comments by its chairman, have sown fears that people of faith are being smeared as bigots.
COMMENTARY: For faithful Christians, Jews and Muslims, the ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges leaves more questions than answers.
Court watchers were startled by the caution expressed by Justice Anthony Kennedy, regarded as the likely swing vote on the legally, politically and socially contentious issue.
Archbishop Charles Chaput, Archbishop William Lori, Robert George, Albert Mohler Jr. and Russell Moore signed ‘Now Is the Time to Talk About Religious Liberty,’ which was published on Good Friday.