Gov. JB Pritzker's Extended Stay-At-Home Order Allows Small Religious Gatherings As 'Essential Activities'Religious gatherings would still have a limit of no more than 10 people, and they would have to wear face coverings or stay more than six feet away from each other.
Christian Display At Daley Plaza Vandalized A religious display set up at Daley Plaza appears to have been vandalized sometime Tuesday night, according to the organization that displayed it.
Judge: Lawsuit Seeking To End Same-Sex Marriage Ban May ProceedGay and lesbian couples fighting for the right to get marriage licenses hailed the ruling as another step toward marriage equality in their home state.
Law Firm Takes Aim At Nativity Scene For Arlington HeightsA law firm that specializes in fighting for nativity scenes in public spaces is setting its sights on Arlington Heights.
Arlington Heights Says No To Nativity Scene For Local ParkThe group that sets up Nativity scenes at Daley Plaza and the Illinois State Capitol has been denied permission to place a Nativity scene in a park in Arlington Heights.
Lombard Village Trustee Slams Ald. Moreno, Backs Chick-Fil-A Appreciation DayA Lombard village trustee who also serves as the attorney for a conservative religious law firm is publicly defending Chick-Fil-A, after Chicago Ald. Proco "Joe" Moreno (1st) announced he would block the fast food restaurant from opening in his ward over the company’s opposition to gay rights.
Downstate Clerks, Religious Law Firm To Defend Gay Marriage BanTwo county clerks from downstate and a Chicago-based Catholic law firm are asking a judge for permission to defend Illinois' gay marriage ban.
Catholic Charities Sue For Right To Turn Away Same-Sex CouplesSeveral Catholic Charities groups are suing the state, saying they should not have to accept same-sex couples in civil unions as foster parents.