Coronavirus

1/3 of Americans Stopped Attending Church following the Pandemic: Survey

1/3 of Americans Stopped Attending Church following the Pandemic: Survey

According to a new American Enterprise Institute (AEI) survey, about a third of Americans have stopped attending church since the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns.

Healthcare Workers Fired over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate to Recieve $10 Million in Settlement

Healthcare Workers Fired over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate to Recieve $10 Million in Settlement

Last week, a federal judge approved a $10 million settlement for healthcare workers in Illinois who were fired for refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine or denied a religious exemption from the shot.

Fraudulent Ministry Leaders Arrested for Using Millions in COVID-19 Relief Funds to Buy Mansion

Fraudulent Ministry Leaders Arrested for Using Millions in COVID-19 Relief Funds to Buy Mansion

Leaders of a fraudulent ministry are being charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud, bank fraud, and visa fraud after spending millions in COVID-19 pandemic relief funds for a down payment on a mansion in Central Florida.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces Grand Jury Investigation into Wrongdoing Regarding mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces Grand Jury Investigation into Wrongdoing Regarding mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines

Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R) is calling on the state’s Supreme Court to impanel a grand jury to investigate misconduct regarding COVID-19 vaccines.

California Supreme Court Denies City's Petition to Have Church Pay over $200,000 for Violating COVID-19 Restrictions

California Supreme Court Denies City's Petition to Have Church Pay over $200,000 for Violating COVID-19 Restrictions

The California Supreme Court denied a petition last week by Santa Clara County asking Calvary Chapel San Jose to pay $217,500 in fines for violating COVID-19 restrictions during the height of the pandemic.

Pew: Nearly 1 in 4 Countries Used Force on Religious Groups Defying COVID-19 Measures

Pew: Nearly 1 in 4 Countries Used Force on Religious Groups Defying COVID-19 Measures

A new Pew Research report finds that governments and police in nearly a quarter of 198 countries and territories used coercion on religious groups who refused to comply with COVID-19 worship restrictions.

Church Attendance Is at 85 Percent of Pre-Pandemic Levels, Poll Says: Many 'Have Not Returned'

Church Attendance Is at 85 Percent of Pre-Pandemic Levels, Poll Says: Many 'Have Not Returned'

The doors of American churches are open again, although their attendance numbers are not back to pre-pandemic levels, according to a new Lifeway Research survey.

'Vindication': Canadian Pastor Found Not Guilty of Violating COVID-19 Church Restrictions

'Vindication': Canadian Pastor Found Not Guilty of Violating COVID-19 Church Restrictions

A Canadian pastor who was arrested and jailed for holding church services during the COVID-19 pandemic has been acquitted of violating the province’s health rules.

Christian School Enrollment Booms: 79 Percent See Increase Post-Pandemic, Report Says

Christian School Enrollment Booms: 79 Percent See Increase Post-Pandemic, Report Says

Nearly 80 percent of private Christian schools in the United States say they have experienced increased enrollment since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report that also says many of those same schools are struggling to meet the demand.

Court: California Church Does Not Have to Pay over $200,000 in Fines for Violating COVID-19 Restrictions

Court: California Church Does Not Have to Pay over $200,000 in Fines for Violating COVID-19 Restrictions

On Monday, a California appeals court ruled that a San Jose church does not have to pay the more than $200,000 in fines it accrued for violating COVID-19 restriction.

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