Articles Tagged 'religion'
President Trump’s gaffe touts ‘abolition of civil rights’ at National Prayer Breakfast
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump on Thursday outlined the importance of faith in American society in a speech that at times mirrored his State of…
Ramadan prayers at Catholic site spark controversy in Granada
At sunset on Saturday evening dozens of Muslims from across Spain’s southern city of Granada gathered in a park in the city and prayed together…
Decision time at the Supreme Court: Rulings expected soon on religion, free speech and immigration
It’s decision time at the Supreme Court, as the justices prepare to hand down the final rulings of their current term by the end of…
Islam on Track to Overtake Christianity as World’s No. 1 Religion
Muslims will double their share of the population in the United States by 2050 and surpass Christianity as the world’s dominant religion by the end…
Trump administration plans religious liberty executive action
President Trump will sign an executive action on Thursday aimed at removing regulations that apply to religious organizations, a senior administration official said on Wednesday.…
Obama in Harvard Law Review: Prayer Won’t Do It; We Need Gun Control
Nearly nine years after mocking “bitter” Americans who “cling to guns or religion,” President Obama used a column in the Harvard Law Review to assert…
Morocco ‘bans the sale and production of the burka’
Morocco has banned the sale, production and import of the burka, according to local reports.
Letters announcing the ban were sent out on Monday, giving…
The DNC’s Odd Nod to Religion in Philly’s Cathedral
Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s resignation and being booed down at a breakfast of her state’s delegation was not an official event at the Democratic National Convention…
Religion Plays Big Role in GOP Race
Another raucous season for religion and politics has begun.
Last month, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, now a Republican presidential candidate, held a prayer rally for tens of thousands, read from the Bible, invoked Christ and broadcast the whole event on the Web.
There was no symbolic nod to other American faiths. No rabbi or Roman Catholic priest…