Unity among religious leaders is rare, but a pending U.S. Supreme Court case is drawing together a group beyond the boldest dreams of any interfaith parliament.
Leaders of Roman Catholics, Mormons, Presbyterians, United Methodists, Seventh-day Adventists, Hindus, United Sikhs, Muslims, Episcopalians, Reform Jews and Orthodox Jews are united.
So are the conservative National Association of Evangelicals and its liberal counterpart, the National Council of Churches.
So are devotees of Santeria, Yoruba and other religions you may not know. (To continue reading, please click here.)