The Kentucky state legislature is currently considering legislation that would add religion classes to the public school curriculum. On Tuesday, the state Senate Education Committee approved Senate Bill 56, which allows public schools to teach Bible courses as electives. It currently awaits approval in the House.
An Indiana software company has developed a new smart phone application to help Catholic Christians prepare for the sacrament of Confession. “Confession: A Roman Catholic App” features a “personalized examination of conscience” that is designed to help users prepare for Confession with a priest in real time.
Gay activist groups prove yet again that their cries for freedom of speech and expression are limited to those on the Left. In the last month, fast food giant Chick-fil-A has been boycotted by gay activist groups after the family-owned restaurant donated refreshments to a conservative conference at the Pennsylvania Family Institute called “The Art of Marriage: Getting to the Heart of God’s Design.”
A Kansas physician is making preparations to open an abortion clinic in Wichita, the community where infamous late-term abortionist George Tiller practiced his grisly trade before being murdered last year. Dr. Mila Means, who is a family practice physician and is not certified in obstetrics or gynecology, recently purchased abortion equipment from Tiller’s now-shuttered Women’s Health Care Services, and has reportedly been training in Kansas City to perform abortions, which she plans to offer at her own Wichita medical clinic.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that World Vision, a Christian humanitarian relief organization based in Seattle, can hire employees — as well as terminate them — based on the organization’s statement of faith.