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Reopening of the Church Webinar Follow Up

Yesterday we held a webinar to help pastors and church leaders understand more about the process of reopening the church here in the Commonwealth.  We had over 170 pastors log on to this live event and would like to make

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Persistent Threats to Parents and Church Reopening Update

Yesterday, I had the privilege of joining several distinguished speakers at the webinar entitled, “Who Owns Our Children? Home Education in an Authoritarian Age.” This event was organized by Thomas More College in response to an anti-homeschooling summit scheduled to

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Learn What’s Being Sent To Your Kids’ Inbox

During this time of national crisis, MFI has not wavered in our commitment to identify and defend against persisting threats to faith, family, and freedom.  In our latest video, MFI’s Director of Communications and Research, Mary Ellen Siegler, continues to

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Defending Faith Family and Freedom During COVID-19

Support Religious Schools At MFI, we strive to support the ability of all parents to educate their children as they deem best.  That’s why we fight hard against anti-parent state mandates like the Sex Ed bill and encouraged families to

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Corona Effect On Churches

As the Corona virus shut-down drags on, the threats to our religious liberties have increased alarmingly.  On Easter, multiple MA churches were told they could not hold even “drive in” services.  A number of local churches, on the other hand,

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Docs Weigh In, Trans-sports, Aid To Churches

Assisted Suicide and Corona healthcare rationing  Yesterday I had the opportunity to speak with two veteran Massachusetts doctors about the Assisted Suicide legislation pending on Beacon Hill.  Dr. Thomas Sullivan, former president of the Massachusetts Medical Society, explained that the

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Church and Abortion in The Age of Corona

A week ago, MA schools closed. As of noon yesterday, the vast majority of businesses in the Commonwealth were ordered to shut their doors as well. This is a journey into uncharted waters for all of us, but it has

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How To Homeschool When You’re Not A Homeschooler

As of this morning, nearly one million Massachusetts children found themselves effectively ‘homeschoolers.’ Governor Baker’s order closing all public and private K-12 schools from now until April 7th will hopefully help stop the spread of Covid-19, but it is also requiring

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