Public Prayers Could Be Banned

931320_531158356948648_1435938034_nTamaqua Borough Councilman Tom Cara has a binder full of prayers.

It’s taken him months to make this 52-page prayer binder and he’s currently in talks with a publisher to make it into a book.

But it could soon be considered contraband.

The U.S. Supreme Court says it will hear a new case about allowing prayers during public meetings.

Cara says freedom of religion and free speech are protected by law. And he says, there are some secular prayers, including in his book.

He says he hopes the court acts in the favor of religious freedom. People can download a free PDF copy of Cara’s book here.

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