Meet the Little Sisters of the Poor

This order of "Sisters religious" give their whole lives to care for the elderly poor. Then why is the government fining them millions for following the same beliefs that lead them to serve the poorest in society?

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Former Cuban political prisoner writes poem with his blood; "heroic" says Elie Wiesel

Armando Valladares spent 22 years in Castro’s gulag for refusing to give up his beliefs. After his release, he dedicated his life to defending religious liberty. Join us in honoring him at our Canterbury Medal Dinner in May 2016. Learn more about this event here at www.becketfund.org/canterbury2016.

NARAL VP says Little Sisters of the Poor are "not religious"

Learn more about the Little Sisters of the Poor Supreme Court case here: http://www.becketfund.org/littlesisters/

The 2015 Ebenezer Award

Each year Becket reflects on the most absurd affronts to the Christmas and Hanukah season, producing a list of outrageous offenders and handing the most scandalous holiday season transgressor a present worse than coal itself: The Ebenezer Award.

Valladares: "And My Prisoner Bars Bloom"

Even in the midst of torture and isolation, Armando Valladares was strengthened by the love of his wife throughout his 22 years as a prisoner in Castro’s gulags.

Why would atheists sue Florida's ex-convict rehab program?

After spending 9 years in court fighting NY-based atheist group, Florida ministries win.

Government bulldozes sacred Native burial sites

Washington-based tribal members plead for settlement but forced back into court

Mark Rienzi discusses Little Sisters of the Poor on The Kelly File

Megyn Kelly interviews Becket Fund senior counsel, Mark Rienzi, on the 10th Circuit decision against the Little Sisters of the Poor. 

C-SPAN Washington Journal interviews Kristina Arriaga

C-SPAN Washington Journal interviews Kristina Arriaga on Indiana RFRA.

Becket Fund's Kristina Arriaga on Hardball with Chris Matthews discussing Indiana RFRA

Kristina Arriaga, Becket Fund Executive Director, sits on a panel to discuss Indiana RFRA on Hardball with Chris Matthews.
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