The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday that public meetings can be opened with Christian prayers. As long as one does not denigrate another's faith or proselytize, such prayer is in keeping with long-standing tradition, the court ruled. I made my feelings clear in an earlier post, so I will not repeat what I said then.
NCR Email Alerts
Sign up to get NCR updates by email. Existing users: change your preferences here. Enter your email address in the box below and click “Go.”
In This Issue
- Napa Institute gathers US church's well-heeled and high-ranking devout
- Vatican asks for wide input on 2015 synod, not based on doctrine
- Letter calls on Vatican to investigate Milwaukee bankruptcy
- Special Section: Theology
Not all of our content is online. Subscribe to receive all the news and features you won't find anywhere else.