Photos and videos shared to Twitter on Sunday morning showed a group of individuals holding signs that criticized Biden's position regarding women's reproductive rights.
"There's a place for you in America if you are pro-life, if you embrace your religion, and you follow traditional family structure," the Republican senator from South Carolina said.
Graham, a prominent evangelical leader, criticized the pope's comments about legal recognition of LGBTQ partnerships in a lengthy Facebook post.
The reproductive healthcare nonprofit shared a tweet from five years ago, where the senator referred to birth control as "abortion-inducing drugs," which he also did in Wednesday's Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
Images from the event show a large crowd of people, most of whom are not wearing masks.
Barrett's hearings could take an important first step toward withdrawing the Court from the political battlefield that it has entered.
Mike Pence also brought up senator's comments about the Knights of Columbus during the debate.
Jacob Kornbluh tweeted that the crowd yelled "Nazi" and "Hitler" at him and accused him of informing on Jewish commnity.
The singer and beauty mogul came under fire this week after many Muslims expressed shock and outrage that a song used in the show sampled words from the sacred religious text.
The recent Fenty show featured a Hadith sped up and mixed with dance music which was played as models walked and performed on the runway.
Friday will begin the week-long celebration of Sukkot, during which Jews are expected to have meals in makeshift booths called sukkah.
There are more brilliant minds in America than could fit in the halls of Harvard or Yale.
More than a quarter of those asked said they felt there was a "growing hostility" towards Catholics in America.
I wish some of the pundits weighing in on Judge Amy Coney Barrett's religious practices could display half the empathy of my students. Many religious practices seem unfamiliar, weird and even threatening to outsiders.
Sister Simone Campbell says the president and attorney general William Barr should not have been invited to the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast.
"It's always the thing that they say first. That's what they're going to do," the president warned his supporters.
Federal Election Commission Chair James E. "Trey" Trainor III, an appointee of President Donald Trump who worked for his 2016 campaign, insisted that there is no separation between church and state while calling the upcoming election a "spiritual war" between "good and evil."
Rabbi Moshe Hauer of the Orthodox Union said that the coronavirus pandemic has "changed life for the faith community."
The complaint, filed last week in Putnam County Common Pleas Court, responds to Ohio Department of Health Interim Director Lance Himes' order signed August 13.
Ukraine's Patriarch Filaret is recovering in hospital after previously blaming the virus as "God's punishment for the sins of men."
Citing U.S. abortion discussions, Jesuit priest Father James J. Martin urged fellow Catholics against claiming a vote for Joe Biden is a "mortal sin."
"We have learned enough about the past to know that we had no choice but to take the leadership of Liberty University in a new direction," school officials said.
Now is the perfect time to seize the moment and launch a new, forward-thinking movement.
Trump's recent slide in the polls among a core group of supporters who aided his 2016 victory—white, evangelical voters—could jeopardize his chances of staying in office.
Khaki-colored garments for Orthodox priests have been on display at a military fair in Moscow.
Tolerance is a two-way street.