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BREAKING: Feds issue new guidance on religious liberty

Great news for religious liberty today!  The Department of Justice released a 25-page memo for all executive departments and agencies outlining federal protections for religious liberty.  In it, Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the following powerful statement: “The free exercise

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Fighting City Hall

This past summer, MFI’s Michael King had the privilege of speaking at Camp Constitution, a local MA ministry working to enhance the understanding of our Judeo-Christian moral heritage. Last week, we learned that the City of Boston had denied an

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Yesterday’s Supreme Court win

My colleagues at Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) won a major victory for religious liberty at the Supreme Court yesterday.  The Court ruled in Trinity Lutheran that the state cannot exclude churches and other faith-based organizations from a government program simply

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What exactly did President Trump sign yesterday?

Yesterday was a significant moment for religious liberty in our country.  For starters, it was the National Day of Prayer, with people of faith praying for our nation and our government from coast to coast.  This included our own State

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Sex, Religious Liberty and Gordon College

As you may have heard, Gordon College is once again in the cross-hairs of LGBT activists.  Sadly, the instigator is one of their own professors, social work faculty member Margaret DeWeese-Boyd.  She claims she was denied promotion because she “vocally

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A pot of corporate gold at the end of a rainbow flag

Late this past Friday, we learned that the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day parade finally gave in to the demands of a group called “Out Vets” who have been agitating for years to insert their rainbow flags and anti-Catholic message into the parade. 

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Putting faith back in the public square

Today we witnessed the inauguration of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence and another peaceful transfer of power in our country. During the inauguration ceremony on the steps of the Capitol, we heard the thoughts and prayers of

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