Faith leaders react to mob at Capitol with prayers, calls for end to violence by nhclc | Jan 28, 2021 | Articles | 0 comments The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president, National Hispanic Leadership Conference and the Rev. Johnnie Moore, president, The Congress of Christian Leaders “Under these circumstances, there is no conceivable situation where what happened within the U.S. Capitol today is acceptable activity. Violent, anarchist behavior emanating from the far left or the far right is immoral and criminal. It should be summarily condemned — beginning with the President of the United States — and its perpetrators ought to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Those many thousands of peaceful protestors whose first amendment rights have been spoiled by this behavior should go home for their own safety. We are relieved that both the President-Elect and President Trump have now spoken directly to the issue telling protesters in D.C. to go home, calling for peace. We call on all Americans — Democrat and Republican — to unite in prayer for our nation that righteousness and justice, love and faithfulness will guide the heart of our nation (Ps. 89:14).” To read full article Click Here. Related post Rev. Samuel Rodriguez: The NHCLC joins Latino Catholics in opposing the Equality Act “The answer to a rightwing culture war is not a leftwing culture war…. This is the wrong approach... [Release] NHCLC partners with Alliance Defending Freedom in year three of ‘Freedom to Bring Good News’ campaign Feb. 9, 2021SACRAMENTO — Alliance Defending Freedom Church Alliance, a legal membership program... [Release] NHCLC joined by ‘new kingdom partner’ Church Mutual® Feb. 1, 2021 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Church Mutual Insurance Company, S.I. (a stock insurer)1, who... « Older Entries Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.