Prayer and Meditation

Colin Jost couldn't believe Trump attacked Romney at a National Prayer Breakfast for citing his religion for his impeachment trial decision.
Jimmy Kimmel's montage shows how Trump's speeches differ from those given by his predecessor.
The president wrestled with one of Jesus' key commandments ― to love your enemies ― at an event traditionally used to promote unity.
Ignoring other speakers' calls to "love your enemies,” Trump lashed out at Democrats and Sen. Mitt Romney at an annual prayer event.
"I’m just a mom, standing in the shower, praying her toddler doesn’t find her."
The White House announced it is strengthening protections for prayer in public schools and protecting the flow of federal funds to religious organizations.
People responded with prayers -- but probably not ones the president would have hoped.
And "mayest all quid pro quos be thine," scoffed Kellyanne Conway's husband in response to a prayer circle in the White House.
Progressive Christians across the country are asking Congress to shed the "light of truth" on Trump.
Atheists, humanists and other nontheists can be barred from giving opening invocations before the Pennsylvania House, an appeals court has decided.
The former Arkansas governor suggested the lack of thoughts and prayers is the real reason why mass shootings keep happening.
Trump stokes racism that "leads to violence," the ex-congressman says as the president offers "thoughts and prayers" in tardy tweet.
The network is reportedly shutting down and its hosts “will no longer be the public faces of the N.R.A.”
The Virginia pastor wrote that the White House called just before the president's arrival and asked him to pray for Trump as part of "Pray for President Trump Day."
Rev. David Platt said it was not his intent "to endorse the president, his policies, or his party" with the prayer.
The president "finally said something honest at the National Prayer Breakfast," quipped one person.
Once you've treated victims of a school shooting, you can't stomach "thoughts and prayers" anymore.
Franklin Graham and Robert Jeffress defend Trump after he was criticized for not reciting the statement at former President George H.W. Bush’s funeral.
During the funeral service for former President George H.W. Bush, President Donald Trump sat out the Apostles’ Creed — and everyone noticed.