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April 24, 2017

Christians are the most widely targeted religious group in the world

When it comes to religious persecution, Christians are the most widely targeted community, said a new report released this week. But despite oppression and threat of violence, the faithful “should…
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Articles
January 6, 2017

An old anti-Catholic law has resurfaced in Georgia

An amendment from the 1870s that was once used to target Catholics is now being invoked in Georgia once again to challenge a scholarship program allowing children to attend religious…
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October 29, 2016

Trump woos Catholic voters in EWTN interview

Trump told Raymond Arroyo he had undergone a change of heart over abortion Donald Trump has reached out to Catholic voters in a 15-minute interview with EWTN, the largest Catholic…
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October 14, 2016

Massachussetts transgender bathroom law faces legal challenge

ADF say the new law could force churches to 'violate their core religious beliefs' A religious liberty organisation is taking legal action to protect Massachussetts churches from having to open transgender…
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Articles
September 1, 2016

To this Christian woman, headscarves are a religious freedom issue too

A devout Christian woman has said Alabama county officials violated her rights by forcing her to remove her headscarf for her driver’s license photo when she considers it part of…
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News
July 29, 2016

Leaked e-mails show DNC meetings with anti-religious freedom project

Washington D.C., Jul 27, 2016 / 12:07 am (CNA).- Leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee show efforts to arrange a meeting with a key NGO working to end religious…
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AmericasNews
October 24, 2015

Catholics in Cuba Appeal to Government for Freedom

The Archdiocese of Havana in Cuba has used their magazine published on Thursday to plea with the Cuban government to grant breathing room for religious practices in the nation. The…
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EuropeNews
October 22, 2015

Spain's socialist party would ban religion classes – even in private schools

As Spain prepares for its general election in December, Pedro Sánchez, the leader of the nation's socialist party, has said that if elected his government will pull religion courses from…
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NewsUSA
October 21, 2015

With release of religious freedom report, global watchdog gets funding renewal

President Barack Obama on Friday signed a bill reauthorizing the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, ending a period of speculation about the future of the religious freedom watchdog. The…
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NewsUSA
October 2, 2015

In wake of Pope Francis, bishops urge Congress to move on religious freedo

Citing Pope Francis, the U.S. bishops are urging lawmakers act quickly to pass a bill that would reauthorize the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, whose mandate expired yesterday. “At…
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