Last month we celebrated Religious Freedom Day, commemorating the day in 1786 when the Virginia General Assembly adopted the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. The
Religious Freedom Day
For the third consecutive year, President Donald Trump declared January 16 as “Religious Freedom Day” in the United States. On the official White House website,
President Donald Trump has declared January 16, 2018 as Religious Freedom Day in the United States. The purpose of Religious Freedom Day, according to the White
Monday, January 16th is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, but it is also Religious Freedom Day. It is right and fitting that these two Federal Holidays coincide in 2017. Truly, the “freedom to believe,” and the freedom to exercise those beliefs, is the cornerstone to American society.
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