Pennsylvania School District Replaces Nondenominational Prayer at Graduation with Moment of Silence June 9, 2016

Pennsylvania School District Replaces Nondenominational Prayer at Graduation with Moment of Silence

I recently post about how Pottsgrove High School in Pennsylvania would not have a formal prayer during the graduation ceremony taking place on June 15. Last year, a student tasked with leading the invocation chose to deliver a very explicitly Christian prayer, and District officials didn’t want a repeat of that situation.

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I’m happy to tell you that the Pottsgrove School Board finalized that change on Tuesday night. Instead of a nondenominational prayer at the ceremony, there will just be a “moment of silent reflection.”

Or, as it’s better known to many Christians, a moment of oppression against their religious majority. Because if they can’t pray out loud for everyone to see, it doesn’t really count.

Too damn bad for them.

(Image via Shutterstock. Thanks to Brian for the link)

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