The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Town of Greece v. Galloway not only vindicates the town of Greece, N.Y., but reaffirms that all Americans are free to pray and prayer opponents are no longer “free to prey.”

Public bodies across the country have been subjected to systematic attacks and a series of federal lawsuits in an effort to force them to silence or censor prayers. The May 5 decision not only affirms the historic tradition of public prayers, but it makes it clear that prayer-givers remain free to pray as guided by their own faith.

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