POSTED: Thursday, January 3, 2013 - 8:02pm
UPDATED: Friday, January 4, 2013 - 1:51pm
Tyler, TX — One the Largest Patriotic Organization in the world DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution spoke out Thursday.
Organizations are reporting claims that the DAR is trying to erase the Christian Heritage.
Fox News Radio says the DAR is taking out references to God and Christianity.
The published information of speculation and is causing controversy, and the DAR says it is causing people to disrespect and question the organization.
It was change to the 'National Society Daughters of the Revolution "Ritual and Missal" that caused media and print organizations to attack their religious views.
News outlets sparked attention on Tuesday, sources claiming the DAR's motto is 'God, Home and Country',
and DAR is taking out references to God out of printed material.
There are claims that members are upset and making statements.
FOX News interviewee reports claims:
"A lot of the members are upset over this several reached out to me over the weekend and says hey we want to let you guys know what's happening because it's just not right. They believe this is an attempt to erase the Christian heritage of this organization."
One claim quote: "Chaplains told to stop using the name of Jesus in prayers."
Another statement, quote: "Jesus Christ" removed from newly revised Ritual and Missal books."
KETK called the DAR Headquarters in Washington D.C.. to get their response.
NSDAR representatives tell KETK,
It's completely false and they took the change to the NSDAR Ritual and Missal message in 2011 out of context.
The part of the message taken out of context reads:
"The Executive Officers believe that the new Ritual and Missal can be used by members of any faith, substituting words as they wish, changing prayers to suit the needs of the meeting in which they are being used."
The DAR tell KETK,
Each Chaplain and other officers are strongly encouraged to create their own prayers into which they may insert the name of Jesus Christ for appropriate occasion and audience.