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Jay Sekulow, ACLJ Chief Counsel, appeared on the Sean Hannity radio program making the case for why prayer and clergy at the 9/11 memorial service is not only constitutional but most appropriate for this solemn occasion. Sekulow debated the president of American Atheists who continued his assault on people of all faiths.

Listen as Jay Sekulow explains how prayer at a public memorial is part of America’s tradition and heritage and should be permitted on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

Prayer Reaffirmed at the Supreme Court

By Matthew Clark1399313940000

In a landmark decision today, the Supreme Court reaffirmed that prayer before legislative meetings is constitutional. In debunking one of the greatest myths in Establishment Clause jurisprudence, the Court held that not only is opening such meetings in prayer constitutional, it is not limited to...

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A Nation’s History of Prayer

By Nathanael Bennett1398949217000

Today, May 1, 2014, is the 63rd annual National Day of Prayer. However, our nation’s dependence on prayer reaches all the way back to our founding. Our first President, George Washington, officially called the nation to prayer and Thanksgiving in 1789, and even before that, our first Congress...

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Power of the Offended Atheist

By Walter M. Weber1392670357000

The Supreme Court is currently pondering the case of Town of Greece v. Galloway . In that case, two women – one Jewish, the other atheist – have brought a constitutional challenge to a New York town’s practice of opening town board meetings with a prayer. The prayer is delivered by rotating guest...

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Assault on Public Prayer at Supreme Court

By Walter M. Weber1379697376000

The battle over prayer in public life has once again made its way to the nation’s highest court, in an important Supreme Court case about the constitutionality of having invocations at the start of government meetings. Opponents of public prayer seek to ban such invocations. The ACLJ has joined the...

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