Keeping Big Mountain Jesus: Why the Montana Jesus War Memorial Should Stay
For nearly sixty years, a statue of Jesus has stood atop the slopes of a ski resort near Whitefish, Montana, as a monument to soldiers who died defending our freedom in World War II. Today that monument is being threatened by an atheist group that wants to erase religious symbols from society.
Holt v. Hobbs: Protecting Religious Freedom in Prison
The Becket Fund is defending the religious expression of prisoners in the U.S. Supreme Court case, Holt v. Hobbs. To learn more about this case, visit www.becketfund.org/holt.
Burwell v. Hobby Lobby: A Landmark Victory for Religious Freedom
Hobby Lobby co-founders David and Barbara Green thank employees, customers and supporters after the Supreme Court granted a landmark victory for religious liberty.
EWTN and the HHS Mandate
Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) is being forced by the HHS Mandate to either violate their faith or pay crippling fines to the IRS.
Rabbi Sacks Gives Keynote Speech at the Canterbury Medal Dinner
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks delivers a stirring speech on the relevance of religion in modern society at the Becket Fund’s Canterbury Medal Dinner in New York City.
Faces of Free Exercise
These are stories of real people who have encountered opposition to pursuing their dream of a life of faith free of government coercion.
Meet the Little Sisters of the Poor
The Little Sisters of the Poor are an international Roman Catholic Congregation of women Religious founded in 1839 by St. Jeanne Jugan. They operate homes in 31 countries, where they provide loving care for over 13,000 needy elderly persons.