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Religious music ban upsets parents

BORDENTOWN TWP., N.J. (MyFoxPhilly) -- In many school districts around the country, the December musical performances used to be called "Christmas Concerts."

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angels072258 - 11/1/2013 10:32 PM
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AS long as I'm alive I will continue to pray. Only God can hear my prayers and the songs I sing in silent. Although I choose to sing aloud and at home all through out the year. Weather in silent or out loud God still hears them. And that is my duty as a Christian. There have been many times that I have been at a public elementary school and prayed. Who else knows but God and me?

nativejax - 11/1/2013 9:13 PM
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I'm as sick of ANYONE trying to tell me this is NOT a FREE COUNTRY to have the right to BELIEVE in any Faith/Religion we want. THAT'S what is wrong with people and this Country, the ass wipes in OUR CONGRESS is trying to keep us from living and showing the love and compassion for mankind the way we are suppose to through the sharing of PRAYERS. Prayer of any form of religion is better than NONE. (Except with one worships the devil, or 'uses' religion to kill or commit crimes.)
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