Sunday, April 10, 2005

FRC's 10 ways to pray at school

Ten Ways to Pray in Public Schools
1. Meet for prayer before school, at lunch, or after school. Any non-instructional time will do. Students should be courteous and careful not to disrupt school procedures.
2. Form a prayer group. If students can meet at school to play chess or chase butterflies, they can also meet to pray. Student religious groups must be allowed the same access to school facilities as other groups not directly related to the curriculum.
3. Pray before sporting events. Members of a sports team can gather teammates for a prayer huddle before the game begins. They should make it open to anyone who would like to participate.
And more!

In response to:
The Louisiana American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is recommending that officials at a public school in New Orleans be "fined or jailed" for failing to stop prayer before a high school baseball game last month. ACLU of Louisiana executive director Joe Cook says that prayer at a school related function is "un-American and immoral."

ACLU: Prayer is immoral but transgender orgies are great!

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