The new guidance comes a little less than a year after the U.S. Supreme Court loosened rules for teachers and staff praying while on the job.
Today on Political Rewind: As part of our conversations with Georgia's thought leaders, host Bill Nigut speaks to former Presbyterian pastor and faith leader Rev. Dr. Joanna Adams.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: As a federal appeals court asks for arguments in the case of Georgia's heartbeat bill, our panel analyzes the state's record in keeping pregnant mothers and infants healthy. Plus, the Supreme Court might have opened the door for prayer in public schools.
It's definitely not a turkey day. Jollof rice is more like it. It's questioned as a holiday because of its American origins. And the way Liberians do celebrate holds lessons for the U.S.
Even harsh critics of the president have been careful not to wish him ill, and some religious leaders hope he gains wisdom from his experience.
In the Old City, the beating heart of a place sacred to millions, the pandemic has challenged devout Muslims, Christians and Jews to rethink how to pray safely. New customs now accompany old rituals.