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Georgia School Choir in Search of New Home After Hospital Bans 'Jesus Christmas Songs' to Protect 'Religious Freedom'

December 30, 2013

A Georgia high school discovered an Augusta hospital's ban on religious Christian music after preparing to sing for patients for its third straight year.

Alleluia Community School, which sang carols with references to Jesus' birth in 2011 and 2012, was caught off guard last week after its principal discovered that Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center would no longer approve its traditional set list.


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