Posts Categorized: Religious Freedom
(HARRISBURG, PA – July 8, 2020) Pennsylvania Family Institute applauds today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Little Sisters of the Poor v Pennsylvania, a case dealing with religious exemption to the HHS mandate requiring coverage of abortion-causing drugs in employer-sponsored … Read more
For Pastors and Church leaders – from Kurt Weaver and our Church Ambassador Network.
As promised, we wanted to give you more information in regards to the latest Universal Face Covering Order:Last Wednesday, July 1st, the Governor and Secretary of … Read more
The Supreme Court of the United States yesterday granted review in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case involving Philadelphia’s decision to prohibit Catholic Social Services from placing foster children in foster homes due to Catholic Social Services’ beliefs about … Read more
Christian Mail Carrier Discharged for Not Delivering Packages on Sunday Asks Federal Court for Judgment
(LANCASTER, PA) On Friday, February 14, a United States Postal Service (USPS) mailman filed a Motion for Summary Judgement before a federal district judge asking the court to find that the USPS violated his rights when it failed to accommodate … Read more
Protections for religious freedom and privacy rights here in Pennsylvania are in jeopardy with a renewed push … Read more
These victories are only possible by God’s grace and because of the financial partnership with Pennsylvania Family Institute (PFI) by individuals and families across the Commonwealth. To partner financially with PFI heading into the new year, please go to pafamily.org/donate… Read more
October 24, 2019 | 1 comment | Posted in abortion, First Amendment, Health, Life, pro-life, Religious Freedom, Supreme Court | Tags: abortifacient, AG Josh Shapiro, HHS mandate, life, Little Sisters of the poor, nuns, pennsylvania, religious freedom
Catholic charity organization, the Little Sisters of the Poor, is back in the news this week, not for the over 13,000 elderly poor they serve in 31 countries, but because pro-abortion government officials are trying to force them to pay … Read more
Today, a court ruling granted freedom to Lehigh County (Pennsylvania) to use its government seal that includes a cross.
The United … Read more
By: Curtis Schube
On Thursday, the Supreme Court in American Legion et. al. v. American Humanist Association, decided that the Bladensburg Peace Cross, which was erected nearly 100 years ago and has stood on public land in Maryland for roughly … Read more
Fort Indiantown Gap National Guard yesterday agreed to allow a Pennsylvania-based Trail Life USA scouting troop to tour the facility after the Independence Law … Read more