Some members of Our Lady of Guadalupe Circle in Ottawa say there have been injustices against Canada’s Indigenous people and are working to protect their language and cultural. Crimes against churches in North America remain at a steady rate. Here are some of the headlines.
Acts of vandalism continue at churches across North America. The majority of the cases reported this week remain unsolved.
A congregation in Carteret, New Jersey., on Sunday, held its first service since fire destroyed the church’s sanctuary Nov. 27. parishioners told News 12 they will rebuild.
More than half a million students from across the United States will participate in the fifth annual Bring Your Bible to School movement on Thursday, October 4, 2018.
The Glenwood Baptist Church, in Glenwood, N.J., was established in 1838.
A Pennsylvania atheist organization is appealing a judge’s ruling that the Lackawanna County transit system did not violate the group’s First Amendment right to free speech when it declined ads that, “promote the existence or non-existence of a supreme deity, deities, being or beings,” on buses.”
A Tennessee man confessed online to killing two people including his own mother. During his video confession, Casey James Lawhorn, 22, said, “Prayer is a waste of time, nothing happens after death”