CONTACT: Andrew Beckwith, email@example.com, 781.569.0400 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 7, 2022 Wakefield, MA – Massachusetts Family Institute, along with representatives from 29 other states, has joined a coalition of state family policy council organizations from across the country in opposing the
I imagine you’ve heard by now about the Supreme Court’s strong defense of religious liberty last week. In a decision issued the day before Thanksgiving, the Court blocked New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s discriminatory COVID-19 restrictions on churches and synagogues.
New Bedford Rescinds 100 Person Restriction on Church Gatherings in Light of Recent US Supreme Court Decision
The recent US Supreme Court decision barring NY Governor Cuomo from targeting churches and synagogues is making waves here in Massachusetts. Yesterday, the City of New Bedford rescinded their May 22nd memorandum which restricted houses of worship to gatherings of
Churches in MA are now permitted to begin reopening at up to 40 percent of their building’s capacity. In guidance released late last night, phase one of the state’s reopening plan removes the previous cap of ten people and now
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
Benjamin Franklin once said, “Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God and nature.” It has always been the belief of MFI that God gives