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As we celebrate the resurrection of Christ – a season of life – a season of hope – I want to thank all of you for your prayers and support for our work in this country and around the globe. […]

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As we celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., we celebrate not just a man but an entire movement. Dr. King spent his life’s work as a voice for the voiceless, standing up for the value and dignity of […]

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In an unanimous decision, the Supreme Court today issued an important decision representing a tremendous victory for religious freedom. The high court concluded that courts should not intervene in the workings of churches. The Justices determined that the First Amendment […]

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If you’ve been to our website at the ACLJ, then you have seen our special year-end series looking back at a few of the hundreds of victories by the ACLJ. Without question, 2011 was a very busy and challenging year.   […]

“Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.” The Birth of Jesus, as recorded in Luke 2: 1-20 (King James Version): And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a […]

This Christmas season reveals a growing danger facing Christians in many parts of the world and underscores why the international work of the American Center for Law and Justice and its international affiliates is so important. You don’t need to […]

The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life has released a detailed and comprehensive look at Christianity around the globe. After examining more than 200 countries, Pew found that there are 2.18 billion Christians around the world, representing nearly one-third […]

The images from Egypt are heartbreaking. Women being beaten, kicked and dragged through the streets. The violent response to protesters from the Egyptian military has resulted in at least the deaths of 10 people in recent days – including two […]

As you know, we have been working on an international case involving life and death – the case of Youcef Nadarkhani – a Christian pastor in Iran who faces the death penalty because of his faith. In recent weeks, there […]

It has taken a decade, but there’s finally an agreement in place to permit the reconstruction of a landmark church at Ground Zero in New York City. St. Nicholas Church, founded by Greek immigrants in 1916, was destroyed in the […]

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