Browsing All posts tagged under »Prayer«

Our National Day of Prayer

May 2, 2012 by


By Alan Caruba ~ A very wise cleric once said to me, “Sometimes the answer to your prayer is no.” For someone who has not stepped into a house of worship for a very long time, except to attend the occasional funeral, it may seem inappropriate for me to be writing about prayer, but the […]

The Paradox of School Prayer and the Tyranny of Silence

September 30, 2011 by


By Ronald Cherry, MD A paradox is a seeming truth that leads to a contradiction in defiance of truth. It seems to me that our Federal government has boxed its self into a paradox – actually a real contradiction – with its laws forbidding teacher-led, State-sanctioned school prayer. After studying our Constitution’s enumerated powers in […]

Destroying America’s Moral Fiber

August 30, 2011 by


By Alan Caruba There’s something very wrong when the forthcoming memorial ceremonies of 9/11 at Ground Zero in New York City will not include prayer. Almost by definition, a memorial service includes prayer for the souls of the dead and for renewal in the face of adversity. No doubt a combination of political correctness and […]