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May 7, 2021 - Disney anti-bias campaign leaves our Catholics

By Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on how Disney has treated Catholics vis-a-vis other segments of the population: Disney is apologizing left and right for what it says are its bigoted portrayals of many groups. It is also scrubbing its inventory clean […]


May 5, 2021 - Oregonians hit with vaccination scams

Don’t Share Your COVID-19 Vaccination Card on Social Media By Oregon Attorney General, Attorney General Ellen RosenblumAttorney General Ellen Rosenblum is warning Oregonians to avoid posting a photo of their COVID-19 vaccine cards on social media. “Many Oregonians are celebrating their COVID-19 vaccination by posting a photo of their vaccination […]


May 3, 2021 - Bill helps turn hotels into homeless shelters

By Taxpayers Foundation of Oregon Oregon’s state senators in a 19-8 vote approved a bill to make it easier to convert hotels and motels into temporary shelters and affordable long-term housing for people who lost their homes in wildfires or other emergencies. The measure, already approved by the House, will […]


April 30, 2021 - Supreme Court hears non-profit donor privacy case

By Alliance for Defending Freedom The U.S. Supreme Court held oral arguments Monday in Thomas More Law Center v. Bonta and Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Bonta, cases that ask whether Americans remain free to support nonprofit organizations and their causes without fear of harassment or threats. Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel and Vice […]


April 28, 2021 - Oregon Sikhs shares thoughts on shootings

By Oregon Faith News Note, Four of the eight people killed in a mass shooting at FedEx offices in Indianapolis were members of the Sikh faith, which brought the tragedy close to home for Oregonians who follow the religion that began in the 15th century India. Gurpreet Kaur, secretary of […]


April 26, 2021 - Corban opens classes up to inmate students

Corban University Salem Oregon This March, Paid in Full Oregon celebrated the first completed academic year of its inaugural class. Partnering with Corban University and the Oregon Department of Corrections, Paid in Full Oregon strives to change the culture of Oregon’s prison system through the transformational power of education and […]


April 23, 2021 - Polite persecution and other global trends

By Aid to the Church in Need, RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IS VIOLATED SEVERELY in one out of every three countries. In the last two years, the fundamental right to freedom of belief was not respected in 62 (31.6 percent) of the world’s 196 countries; 67 percent of the world’s population, or […]


April 22, 2021 - Third Mormon temple sited for Eugene

By Oregon Faith News Note, Eugene is one of 20 places worldwide where the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will open new temples. It will mark the third temple in Oregon, joining those in Portland and Medford that already serve the state’s 154,000 LDS members, according to Russell […]


April 19, 2021 - Portland rioters damage churches again

By Oregon Faith News Note, Two churches were damaged in extensive riots during Friday’s Portland protest.  The vandalism was part of a larger spree that impacted nearly a dozen blocks of downtown businesses. Robin Knauerhase of the First Christian Church told KATU-2 news, “Destruction of property is never a good […]


April 16, 2021 - New book reclaims Biblical masculinity

By Hamilton Strategies A new book by Dr. Tim Clinton and Max Davis acknowledges that our culture is determined to redefine masculinity as something it was never meant to be. But in “Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity – The Heart and Strength of Being a Man,” the authors affirm […]