At the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., Thursday morning, President Donald Trump vowed to "get rid of and totally destroy" the Johnson Amendment.
A war memorial cross in San Diego, California has sparked a constitutional battle. The Justice Department recently stated that the cross is not an unconstitutional promotion of Christianity and should remain on federal property.
The Air Force is considering removing the phrase ‘so help me God’ from the oath that every cadet has to take.
The immigration bill seems to be stalled in Congress right now. In an attempt to speed up the process, the American Catholic Church is urging its congregation to support the bill.
A fight over Christian prayers at town meetings is heading for the Supreme Court. The plaintiffs claim it is a violation of the First Amendment, but the Obama administration is siding with the town of Greece, New York and Republicans who argue that there’s no violation of law.
The Department of Justice has defunded a Louisiana organization aimed at equipping young people with important life skills. The sheriff of Bossier Parish said he was told it was because of the group’s voluntary prayers and mention of “the love of God.”
Pastor Robert Dekker is fighting back after being told that he can’t hold church services on the beach. The town of Rehoboth, Delaware says prayer on the public beach might violate the separation of church and state.
A proposal by one Ohio school district to add creationism to the curriculum has set off a debate over the separation of church and state. As parents, school officials and civil rights groups weigh that decision, Father Jonathan Morris gave his insight on Fox and Friends.