A Minnesota group has filed paperwork supporting the National Day of Prayer after a judge ruled it unconstitutional.
“In her decision to strike down the National Day of Prayer, Judge Barbara Crabb arrogantly attempted to re-write 200 years of American history,” said Tom Prichard, president of the Minnesota Family Council. “The decision is an attack upon our heritage and the religious freedom upon which our nation was founded. This very bad decision must be overturned.”
Congress passed a law in 1952 establishing the prayer day, but U.S. District Judge Crabb overturned it in April