It’s what the ACLJ exists to do – defend your fundamental freedoms in the halls of Congress, the courtrooms of America, and around the world. And the most basic of these freedoms is the right to freely practice one’s faith.
On Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. ET, ACLJ Senior Counsel Colby May will once again be taking this mission to Congress, as he will be testifying in front of the U.S. House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution. The topic will be “The State of Religious Liberty in the United States.” Colby will present these prepared remarks, and will also present the Committee with the ACLJ’s comprehensive analysis of the current state of religious liberties in America.
The Committee will then be afforded the opportunity to dialogue with Colby and the other witnesses. This should be particularly interesting because Colby will be joined on the panel by Barry Lynn of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. You can watch this congressional hearing live here.
We are always grateful for the opportunity to remind Congress of our rich spiritual heritage, and of the eternal vigilance that it takes to preserve our right to embrace that heritage. Our elected officials have a sacred duty to guard our endowed rights, as Colby will clearly articulate. Mark your calendars and tune in for this important hearing.