Tybee Island Police said this is the third report of an animal sacrifice in 2021.
The group is suing the city and claiming Baltimore is infringing on its constitutional rights to freedom of speech, religious expression and free assembly.
If we are going to stand a chance against the latest generation of tyranny, the U.K. can and must lead the way on religious freedom.
A judge on Wednesday ruled against Creighton University students suing the college for not granting them religious exemptions to the school's vaccine mandate.
After a long summer, most parents are relieved that their children's schools are finally open again. But not all are at ease.
The tax-exempt, nontheistic religious group believes that "one's body is inviolable, subject to one's own will alone," according to its website.
To even possess a small image of His Holiness leads to immediate and severe punishment. And the oppression of Tibet and Tibetans doesn't stop with religious persecution. Arbitrary arrest, detention and imprisonment are common.
When we see vulnerable children, we have a responsibility to act. The children arriving at our border have already suffered the severe trauma of fleeing their homes.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision Friday not to hear floral artist Barronelle Stutzman's case leaves freedom of religion and expression in an uncertain state.
The near future of free exercise litigation will be a new world of strict scrutiny. Litigators will be looking for the loopholes in this new regime.
All of us have the right to have the faith of our choosing—or to have no faith at all—and still be a great American.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley released a letter Thursday addressed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, asking its leaders to reprimand Canada for the country's restrictions on religious freedom during the pandemic.
Though anticipated as perhaps "the most important religious liberty case in the last decade," Fulton v. City of Philadelphia left many unsatisfied.
It should shock our consciences that city officials in Philadelphia were willing to cut ties with the Archdiocese's foster care placement agency because it refused to operate at odds with Catholic teaching on marriage.
Cities that want to forbid religious organizations from participating in public programs have a new obstacle to overcome.
The Supreme Court unanimously fulfilled the Constitution's promise of religious liberty today in favor of "exemplary" foster mothers and a religious agency that affirms their faith, Catholic Social Services.
On Monday, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new law recognizing Hatzalah of South Florida as an official Florida Medical Emergency Service.
The Supreme Court has the chance this month to protect religious freedom, religious minorities and foster families.
Attorneys with the Thomas More Society recently secured settlements in two major religious liberty cases: South Bay United Pentecostal Church, et al. v. Newsom, et al. and Father Trevor Burfitt v. Newsom, et al. The state of California must now pay $2,150,000 in attorneys' fees.
If a bill passes in the state House of Representatives and gets signed by the governor, some public educational institutions could be required to prominently display the phrase.
The day of my meeting with David and Charlie marked a new era for Masterpiece Cakeshop in more ways than one.
A Christian school chaplain has launched legal action after first being reported to the government's terrorist watchdog group and then losing his job for a sermon he delivered encouraging respect and debate on "identity ideologies".
Ankara needs to change not only its rhetoric but also its policy to reverse the alarming trends that have brought religious minority communities to the brink of extinction.
We urge the Biden administration to support freedom of religion abroad as a top priority.
Cancel culture feels unstoppable. Every day, it seems, someone makes a public apology, loses a sponsor or has a career ruined—all for saying something that others disagreed with.
When I joined the Marine Corps, I was thrust into a strange new environment in which I was surrounded by people who held attitudes, beliefs and ideologies very different from my own.
A bill passed by Arkansas' state legislature would allow doctors and other health care workers to deny any non-emergency services to LGBTQ people based on religious, moral or ethical objections.