Friday, August 7, 2020

WATCH: Trump Notches Major Win for Religious Liberty

Amanda Head returns today with a video that emphasizes the importance of Memorial Day and includes a poll question at the end.

Today's video came on the heels of President Trump's announcement calling on all governors to reopen churches and places of worship immediately. Let us know what you think of Amanda's take on today's news in the comments below!

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Jimmy Carver
Jimmy Carver
2 months ago

I am not in one of those states, Colorado has a democrat governor, go figure. I trust God more than I trust our homosexual Democrat Governor Polis.

Barbara Langkau
Barbara Langkau
2 months ago

Yes we are going to Mass in a week!

Robert M Bochniarz
Robert M Bochniarz
2 months ago

Yes, my wife & I are most anxious to resume worship in our local, Catholic church; and of course we are more than willing to comply with any
reasonable requirements & restrictions. Our Bishop for Orange county, CA, has indicated as of last Saturday he has been meeting in concert
with the other local Bishops and they are working on a ‘plane’ to go forward with community worship. Of course, it is a huge task to accomplish,
especially in churches like ours, St. Kilian Church, Mission Viejo, where we have some 5,000 families who are members. But we know it can be
done with our mutual co-operation. His Peace be with us ALL & may the wisdom of the Holy Spirit guide and direct our clergy as well as our President.

A. D Roberts
2 months ago

Sorry for you. You bow to graven images. You ask forgiveness from a priest when Jesus told you that HE is the only intermediary between us and God. You refuse to accept that God has provided a way to stop sinning.
God have mercy on you.

Fred McDaniel
Fred McDaniel
2 months ago

My wife and I have every intention to celebrate this Memorial Day by attending Mass on Sunday before, including the lowering of The Colors to half staff and the playing of Taps.

lj
lj
2 months ago

The problem is that the restrictions are NOT reasonable. For churches that hold 700 people to be restricted to 10 is either insanity or a atheistic govt power grab or an attempt to eradict churches in the country entirely. Most are at the point of financial bankruptcy. The other issue is that the Bishops all collapsed like a cheap pack of cards and made NO attempt to work out a compromise. Even now, as the shut down goes on and on and on, and has just been EXTENDED in NY, they sit in their offices doing nothing. Certainly they did nothing to defend the faith. Not a whisper. They should be ashamed. Churches are supposed to be concerned about the state of our SOULS, not the condition of our bodies for the most part. This is not to say they should court danger on purpose. However, once this went past a few weeks, they should have demanded to reopen on some level. Or flat out TOLD the DEM governors they would reopen no matter what, and take the case to the Supreme Court. The Constitution remains, even during a pandemic.

mblondee
mblondee
2 months ago

I wasn’t able to watch Amanda’s whole video
play games came up. Is this video being censored?

Saundra
Saundra
2 months ago
Reply to  mblondee

The ads interrupt the video. Keep watching and the video returns.

Richard Couch
Richard Couch
2 months ago

We are going to church in Twxas

Mark Eshleman
Mark Eshleman
2 months ago

Yes I am in Florida

No Florida is not open yet.

Yes I will be in an alternative church service, without a mask.

Without social distancing.

proudmomoffive
proudmomoffive
2 months ago

I have been going to my church somewhere in Texas, for most of the so called “stay at home”, which has been partially lifted now. Little restrictions, some social distancing, communion in the tongue.

Cathy Minniear
Cathy Minniear
2 months ago

Yes I plan to be in Church service this Sunday in Oklahoma. I’m so glad to be able to attend.

Denise
Denise
2 months ago

Yes we are planning on going

A. D Roberts
2 months ago

News for all of you. Jesus said it in John 14:12. IF you are not dead to self, controlled by the Holy Spirit and empowered to do what Jesus did, you are NOT a follower of Jesus Christ.

Saundra
Saundra
2 months ago

I am in Missouri. Our churches were never officially “shut down,” but the governor gave guidelines which precluded large gatherings. For the sake of the health of not only our members but also others we might come in contact with, our church, along with thousands of others shut their doors and, if possible, began streaming services online. We have since had three drive-in services when the weather allowed. The first time, no one got out of their cars and drove away as soon as the service was over. It was a joyful celebration as we honked our horns at places we normally would have applauded. At the next two we were told we could get out of our cars and sit in lawn chairs as long as we continued our social distancing. (Some complied better than others.) We will have a drive-in service again tomorrow–weather permitting. Beginning in June we will have indoor services with careful restrictions regarding cleanliness and social distancing. Both in the church I attend and the church where I work, those who are particularly vulnerable or don’t feel safe in a large group choose not to attend and watch the service on line if they have a computer.

My takeaway is that, when allowed to make their own decisions about safety, the vast majority of people and churches understand the issues at hand and use common sense to do what is best for themselves and for others. It’s only giving draconian orders that makes people rebel against the government.

Katheleen Camp
Katheleen Camp
2 months ago

Our Governor Newsom is keeping our Churches closed and the bars are open. Can you tell that he is not a Christian and doesn’t want us even to have drive-in Church which we would be staying in our cars? We have to vote this Christian hating man out of office in Nov.