Florida H.S. principal, A.D. face contempt charge for praying before lunch

From Lodi, Calif. to Pace, Fla., the right to pray in public settings remains on center stage this week as a legal issue.

While the Lodi City Council puts using “Jesus” name on hold in its invocations, many in the community of Pace struggle to understand why prayer is being outlawed.

Fox 10 News in Florida reports that it’s all because of a blessing before a school luncheon. Now, a high school principal and athletic director have criminal contempt charges to answer to. FULL STORY AT LA CHURCH & STATE EXAMINER

 

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