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Somerville Mayor Keeps Churches Closed

One month ago, MFI worked with nearly 500 pastors to send a strong message to our Governor to reopen the churches.  Their voices were heard, and on Monday, May 18th, Governor Baker’s Phase 1 included specific provisions for churches to

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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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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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Flawed Study Used by Sex Ed Mandate Supporters

The recent passage of the Sex-Ed Mandate in the MA State Senate has renewed concerns over graphic sex ed curriculum already being taught in classrooms across the state. This legislation, if passed by the House and signed into law by

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Bibles vs. Voodoo Dolls in MA Schools

One of the most fulfilling parts of my job is assisting parents who contact the MFI office for help.  Often, they call because their son or daughter came home from school and they can’t believe what their child saw or

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