Constitutional Challenges to State Sponsored Prayers at Local Government Meetings | UC Davis Law Review

Ken Klukowski: Restoring the Establishment Clause in Town of Greece v. Galloway

Bill would require reading of Congressional prayers in Alabama schools

AZ: Prayer returns to Mesa schools meetings | The Arizona Republic

Supreme Court decision in prayer case expected soon

Remarks by the President at National Prayer Breakfast

AZ: Gilbert schools’ governing board reinstates prayer before meetings | Arizona Republic

Scotland: Kirk plan for school “reflection time” is attacked

Pentagon sets new waiver policy to allow religious clothing, observances

Va. Senate passes school prayer bill

Judge censured for asking staffers to pray, run errands

Roanoke County Board of Supervisors discusses prayer policy | Roanoke Times

Presidential power case before court hinges on history

SC: Democrats Water Down School Prayer Proposal

Arkansas: Poinsett Co. schools receive complaint over prayer at football games

Prayer and the city; Judge: Eureka invocations are lawful

AZ: Mesa Public Schools Board may reconsider permitting prayer at board meetings

India Schools Ban Friday Prayer

South Carolina Democrats back bill calling for mandatory daily prayers in public schools

Mo. school holds prayer sessions despite complaint

Nonsectarian Council Invocations O.K. Under California Constitution

A Prayer Before Legislating | Terry Eastland at Weekly Standard

Flashback: A&E Tried to Cut ‘Jesus’ from ‘Duck Dynasty’ Family Prayers

    True Revolt: In an interview in April 2013, Phil Robertson told Sports Spectrum TV that A&E Network had attempted to cut mention of “Jesus” from the “Duck Dynasty” family prayer at the end of the show, but that he had fought them and won. “So they would just have me saying, ‘Thank you Lord for the food, thank you for loving us. Amen,” Robertson related. “So I said, ‘Why would you cut out ‘In Jesus’ name?’ They said, ‘Well those editors are probably doing that. They just think that they don’t want to offend some of the Muslims or something.”

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New Calls For Jewish Prayer At Jerusalem Holy Site

A Victory for Comfort and Common Sense | Joel Oster at Speak Up Movement

Prayer List: The Porn Industry and its Victims | Christian Post

How will the court resolve the “problem” of sectarian legislative prayer? | Scott Gaylord at Constitution Daily

Over 40 Groups Join National Day of Prayer Against Pornography Next Week | Christian Post

Is the breakfast illegal, too? Atheists sue school over teacher’s devotionals

SC: Judge refuses to block prayer, graduation at churches for Greenville Co. schools

CA: Atheist Group Asks Bellflower School Officials To Halt Prayer At Meetings

Should Public Prayers Be Censored by Non-Christian Groups? | Nate Kellum at Christian Post

National Prayer Day Against Pornography to Be Held | Atlanta Daily World

Saskatoon councillors reject prayer policy

Thanksgiving and Constitution | Carson Halloway at Public Discourse

Missouri high school under fire for teacher-led prayer sessions

KS: Employer Offered Reasonable Accommodation To Muslim Employee For Noontime Prayer

National Day of Prayer Against Pornography Scheduled for December 10th |

Oregon: City delays Mingus Park cross decision

Conservative groups plan prayer vigil against pornography | Raw Story

Suit Challenges Teacher’s Involvement In Weekly High School Prayer Group

Podcast on Town of Greece v. Galloway

In North Jersey, officials await Supreme Court ruling on prayer at meetings

Public Prayer: High Court Parts the Curtain | Craig Parshall at Christian Post

Jackson County officials react to lawsuit challenging prayer at county meetings

Implications of Town of Greece v.Galloway | Kevin Theriot on Faith Radio with Bob Crittendon

There Is Really Only One Issue in Town of Greece v. Galloway | Marci Hamilton at Justicia

Students rally for Rutgers University bus driver who says prayer led to his dismissal

Southern Alberta school board mulling decision to drop Lord’s Prayer

Prayer case at the Supreme Court: Debunking some myths | Barry Lynn at Washington Post

AZ: Mesa school board ends opening-prayer custom

Atheists interrupt prayer vigil on Supreme Court steps

Jordan vetoes Israeli request to allow Jewish prayer on Temple Mount

Reno City Council Asked to Resume Opening Prayer

Jackson County officials react to federal lawsuit challenging prayer at county meetings

Supreme Court weighs whether citizens may pray without censorship at town meetings

A Prayer for Judicial Modesty: The Supreme Court shouldn’t bar legislatures from invoking God.

Christian Prayers Popular Despite Lawsuit From Atheist Group | Christian Post

Throwing atheists under the bus | The Economist

Can 2 people rewrite the First Amendment? | Ben Kinchlow at WND

Supreme Court Justices Grapple with Public Prayer | NRB

Most favor prayer as part of meetings | Rochester Business J.

Supreme Court Likely To Restore Freedom To Pray At Public Events | Ken Klukowksi at Breitbart

Sympathy for the Devil Worshipers? | NY Times

Is prayer unconstitutional? | Doug Napier on the World and Everything In It

High court debates legislative prayer | Baptist Press