religious discrimination

Texas Pastors Slam Georgia’s Demand to Review Sermon Notes

HOUSTON, Texas — The head of a national and state pastors organization based in Houston said, “I can’t believe I’m saying this, but Georgia’s demand is even worse than when the Mayor of Houston demanded 17 different categories of materials, including sermons, from the seven of us.” The pastors say they are outraged about the State of Georgia asking for copies of a pastor’s sermons in litigation there.

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Office Depot: Pro-Life Prayer Is ‘Hate Material’

In a letter to the Thomas More Society public interest law firm, an attorney representing Office Depot says that the pro-life prayer its Schaumburg, Illinois store was asked to photocopy falls within the company’s definition of “hate material.”

A faithful prays in front of Carondelet presidential palace in Quito, where Pope Francis is expected to make a courtesy visit to Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa, on July 6, 2015. Pope Francis celebrated an open-air mass with than 600,000 people under scorching heat in Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest city, calling for …