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May 17, 2023   •   

“It’s Like Mt. Sinai To Us”—Apaches and Other Faiths Unite in Court Battle Over Sacred Land

British-Australian mining giant seeks to convert the site into an underground copper mine.

May 1, 2023   •   

Conservative Supreme Court Justices Siding With Liberals in Religious Discrimination Case

Evangelical Christian challenges USPS order that he deliver Amazon packages on the Sabbath to keep his job.

August 4, 2022   •   

How Spiritual Pluralism in Colonial America Laid the Foundation for Today’s Religious Freedom

Religious diversity flourished in America long before the adoption of the First Amendment.

July 14, 2020   •   

Muslim Civil Liberties Group Advocates for Jewish Prisoner Denied Kosher Diet

A Jewish prisoner who has been refused a Kosher diet is getting legal help to redress his grievance from a Muslim civil liberties group, a Jewish newspaper reports.

September 25, 2019   •   

The Anniversary of the First Amendment

As revolutionary as the American War of Independence was, the Bill of Rights was even more so, as it guaranteed the rights of the individual—something never previously incorporated incontrovertibly into law.

July 3, 2017   •   

U.S. Catholic Bishops Issue Call to Action as Fortnight for Religious Freedom Concludes

“Freedom for Mission” is the theme of the 2017 Fortnight for Freedom drawing to a close July 4 after two weeks of observance, action, education and prayer focused on religious freedom.