Two New York men are facing charges connected to the Aug. 19 vandalism of a Greek Orthodox Church building.
A Fort Worth, Texas man is sentenced to 40 years in prison for the January arson of a church building.
Prosecutors in Texas say a man on trial this week is the criminal who vandalized, then tried to burn down a church building in Fort Worth.
A congregation in Fargo, North Dakota is praying for the vandal or vandals who destroyed a statue on church property. Someone this week destroyed a statue of the Virgin Mary at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. The damage was discovered on Aug 1.
Two teens have been charged with arson for a 2017 fire that destroyed the sanctuary building of a Las Vegas Church.
A United States federal judge this week ruled the County of Lackawanna Transit System (COLTS), of Pennsylvania, did not violate an atheist group’s right to free speech by rejecting its ads. COLTS cited a policy it enacted in 2011. The policy states COLTS will not accept advertising that, “…promote the existence or non-existence of a… Continue reading Federal judge: Transit system that bans religious ads can ban atheist posters too
A New Hampshire man who pleaded guilty to setting fire to a Baptist church building has been sentenced to a quarter-century in prison.