US Chaplain Alliance Files Brief With U.S. Supreme Court in Support of Chaplains’ Right to Pray”

founders prayer
First Prayer in Congress, September 1774, in Carpenters Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (CNA)

It’s really unbelievable that military chaplains have to plead with the Supreme Court for the right to pray at public meetings.
What has happened to this great nation?
The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty has filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court in support of the right of Americans to pray before public meetings.
The Alliance Defending Freedom reported:

SOURCE: The Gateway Pundit