Augusta veterans hospital bans religious Christmas carols

Augusta’s Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center is taking a stricter stance on its policy banning carolers from singing religious Christmas music in public patient areas, reports The Augusta Chronicle.

The facility last week stopped a high school group, Augusta’s Alleluia Community School, from singing to its veterans a number of traditional holiday tunes that honor and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, such as Silent Night and O Come All Ye Faithful, the paper reports.

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