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Catholic School To Challenge North Dakota Ban On Public Prayer At Postseason Football Games

Catholic School To Challenge North Dakota Ban On Public Prayer At Postseason Football Games

A bit of a controversy erupted recently when a Facebook posting of Bismarck St. Mary’s and Kindred football teams praying after a playoff game on Saturday went viral. The post claimed that the North Dakota High School Activities Association has banned public prayer at games. The association has since clarified that they only prohibit prayer done

Gay Couple Sues UK Church Over Refusal To Hold Gay Marriage

Another shot fired in the war for enforced conformity: DANBURY, U.K.–A wealthy gay couple has decided to launch a lawsuit to force their church to perform their wedding. The Drewitt-Barlows, a millionaire couple from the U.K, stated, “We’ve launched a challenge to the government’s decision to allow some religious groups to opt out of marrying same-sex

Can A Church Be Forced To Conduct A Marriage Ceremony?

In Bismarck the family of a disabled couple – the man in the wheel chair, his would-be wife with mental disabilities – are upset with a church because the pastor there wouldn’t marry the couple, arguing that they aren’t ready. The couple is now getting married at another church, and the sister of the wife-to-be

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