"Justice Sunday?"

On Saturday, I was reading a story about the then up-coming Justice Sunday activities when U2's 'Sunday Bloody Sunday' came on the radio.

I am interested in whether or not the church, which played host to the J.S. festivities, is still eligible for tax-ememption. If you know anymore about this, please feel free to indoctrinate me in the legal aspects of using the religious pulpit for political manuevering.

It's a little dated, but here is an article relating to the SCOTUS and JS:

Conservatives Rally for Justices
Leaders Ask for Nominees Who Will End Abortion and Gay Rights

By Thomas B. Edsall

Washington Post Staff Writer

Monday, August 15, 2005; Page A02

NASHVILLE, Aug. 14 -- Prominent conservative political and religious leaders called Sunday night for Senate approval of Supreme Court nominees who will vote to end the constitutional right to abortion, against recognition of same-sex marriage and for fewer restrictions on religious expression in public places...linked to remainder

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