If you like religious freedom, you should be thankful we live by a secular Constitution. Within every U.S.
city, a citizen is entitled by First Amendment rights to select whatever house of worship he or she pleases. As long as religious practice doesn't infringe on the rights of others, we are constitutionally guaranteed this right. We can select any church, mosque, temple, or shrine which appeals to individual tastes or cultural heritage. An American even possesses the right to resurrect the Cult of Isis or Zeus. . . or to invent a new religion altogether. Just as importantly, citizens retain the freedom to not practice as well.