Religion

A praying football coach was said to offer a “deceitful narrative” that Supreme Court conservatives were nonetheless happy to accept.
The court ruled 6-3 along ideological lines for the coach. The justices said the coach's prayer was protected by the First Amendment.
"Being for life always means defending it against the threat of firearms, a leading cause of death of children in the U.S.," chided a Vatican spokesperson.
Muslim women said the ruling unfairly targeted their faith and their bodies.
The left-leaning Supreme Court justice vehemently disagreed with the high court's rulings on the separation of church and state.
The decision is the latest in a line of rulings from the Supreme Court that have favored religion-based discrimination claims.
“I think some Southern Baptists lost their minds when a Black man was elected president," said minister Kevin Smith.
The saga that unfolded after a professor officiated a same-sex wedding has exposed deep rifts over how the school treats members of the LGBTQ community -- and how its church interprets the Bible.
The head of the Nativity School in Massachusetts says flags declare "all are welcome," representing "value of inclusion rooted in Catholic teaching."
Seattle Pacific University students are protesting a rule that prohibits school staff from engaging in same-sex sexual activity.