A trio of Pennsylvania churches have distributed approximately 1,500 signs with the Ten Commandments in response to the removal of a Decalogue display from a regional high school. In March, officials from the New Kensington-Arnold School District removed a Ten Commandments display from the campus of Valley High School following an atheist group’s legal complaint. In response, the Immaculate Conception Church of Irwin, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Church of

North Huntingdon, and St. Agnes Church of North Huntingdon have distributed their own Ten Commandments signs to interested residents. Father John Moineau, pastor of Immaculate Conception and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, told The Christian Post that he felt the signs “would be a good opportunity to express our religious freedom by displaying them in the yards of the parishioners.” READ MORE