WASHINGTON (AP) — Church officials believe they have been singled out for their religion after members were ticketed $500 for attending services.
(RNS) — Faithful America suggested that Barr had gone beyond expressing his own views to echo the Trump administration's singling out of religious minorities, calling the speech 'coordinated' with Trump’s election bid.
(RNS) — In a speech at Notre Dame, the U.S. attorney general put personal morality — and personal religious liberty — above the more traditional Catholic concern for social problems.
(RNS) — To Rabbi Jonathan Perlman, a lengthy trial in which the prosecution would highlight Robert Bowers’ documented stream of anti-Jewish invective might be too much for his congregation to bear.
(RNS) — The nation's Catholic bishops include racist behavior among the sins that 'may legitimately disqualify a candidate from receiving support.'
(RNS) — The worry that Barr might impose his private religious views on federal matters has apparently been overblown.