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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                               June 24th, 2022

Christian Alliance of America Statement on the Overturning of Roe v Wade with the SCOTUS Dobbs Decision.


Today, Christian Alliance of America celebrates the SCOTUS decision on Dobbs that has effectively struck down the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973. Today, forty-nine years of abortion on demand in all fifty states has effectively come to an end. With the Dobbs decision, the Court has sent abortion policy back to the states. Many states are now poised to enact legislation that will end abortion and save the lives of the unborn.


CAA President Chris Long made the following statement, “We celebrate today’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. The pro-life movement, after a long struggle, has finally prevailed with a favorable decision that defends life in the womb. The Court, in its 6-3 decision, led by Justice Samuel Alito who wrote the majority opinion, has finally heard the cries and prayers of many who have long-awaited this day. The justices held their ground and were not swayed by threats and intimidation from the opposition by the unlawful activity of those who sought to intimidate them in their neighborhoods and at their residences. Mob rule will not prevail when good men and women stand up and make conscious decisions for justice.


“Today is a day to celebrate the pro-life cause. But, as Winston Churchill said after the Battle of Britain, ‘This is not the end. This is not even the beginning of the end. But this may be the end of the beginning.’ The pro-life movement now has much work to do here in Ohio and in states across the country. Crisis pregnancy centers will be in greater demand. The church and Christian ministries must step up to the plate to meet the new challenge and welcome the life that just days ago would have been sentenced to death through the act of abortion.”



D-Day Prayer Addition Construction to Begin in July 2022

For Immediate Release June 5


The D-Day Prayer Project has taken another step forward this week, as a general contractor has been secured to begin the construction of the placement of FDR's D-Day Prayer at the WWII Memorial Circle of Remembrance in Washington, D.C. The agreement was signed with Grunley Construction as the general contractor for the construction of the Prayer's addition, according to Holly Rotondi, Executive Director of  Friends of the National WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Christian Alliance of America President Chris Long made the following statement, "This is a long-awaited next step to the Prayer's addition at the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C., fulfilling the promise to our WWII veterans that we would see this project through. It has been an eleven-year journey, starting in 2011 when legislation was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Congressman Bill Johnson of Ohio's 6th District, and in the U.S. Senate by Senator Rob Portman.  The WWII Memorial Prayer Act - S 1044 passed by unanimous consent in the U.S. Senate on the eve of the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings, passed the U.S. House with broad bipartisan support and was signed into law by President Obama on June 30, 2014. Then began site location, design approval, and the fund-raising phase for the project, as the legislation stipulates that tax dollars shall not be used for the placement of the prayer, but with private donations. Small donations came in from across the country from veterans and their families and individuals who understood the significance of adding the D-Day Prayer at the WWII Memorial, as it will stand as a lasting tribute to the men and women who serve us in the U.S. military as they defend our freedoms against the threat of tyranny."

The completion and dedication of the prayer are expected sometime in late November/early December of 2022. 

For additional information 330-887-1922






Christopher R. Long

President, Christian Alliance of America



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