(DISRN) – Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) has put a stop to students in a Kentucky school district saying prayers during graduation ceremonies. FFRF wrote to the district after being informed by a "concerned citizen," telling the district that the practice violates the principle of government neutrality toward religion.
The concern came as a result of the Pikeville High School graduation, which included three Christian prayers. There was also a remark made on the "war on the Christian faith."
Principal Jason Booher's own son, Harrison, was one of the students who prayed that day.
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