The city of Coronado, California, will be removing a church directory sign from city property. According to the Los Angeles Times, the sign has been on the property since the 60s, and its removal is being prompted by “First Amendment concerns.”
The concerns first arose when a 20-year-old who grew up in Coronado complained to the Freedom From Religion Foundation about the sign’s use of the word “church.” Meoni later explained that he didn’t like the word “because, in his opinion, it excludes religious institutions that meet in temples or mosques.” As his intention was simply to get the one word replaced, Meoni was surprised when his complaint brought even farther-reaching consequences.
After an exhilarating victory for the Philadelphia Eagles in Superbowl 2018, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was awarded MVP for Superbowl 52. Discussing his victory on the “Ellen” show, Foles shared the role that failure and faith played in bringing him to that game.