New York Times Profiles Young Leaders in Marriage Battle
—Manhattan Declaration Executive Director Eric Teetsel: “If what I believe is true is true, then I’ve got a responsibility to be on its side for as long as I can be.”… (more)
U.S. Supreme Court Warned of Consequence for Families and Society if DOMA Is Overturned
CHICAGO—The Family Unit Is Foundation for the Nation's Future Prosperity… (more)
The Manhattan Declaration is a movement of Orthodox, Catholic and evangelical Christians launched to advocate for the sanctity of life, traditional marriage and religious liberty. Since its 2009 public launch at the National Press Club in Washington, more than 500,000 signers have put their name on its 4,732-word statement affirming the inherent value of human life, marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and the rights of religious liberty and freedom of conscience. The Manhattan Declaration endorses civil disobedience under certain circumstances.