Churches in the U.S. will be able to show the Super Bowl on big screen TVs this Sunday without fear of violating copyright laws.
Many churches cancelled Super Bowl parties after the NFL warned an Indiana church a couple of years ago.
It was illegal to show a game on anything larger than a 55 inch screen, but Congress threatened to change copyright laws.
In response, the NFL dropped the restriction, so long as churches show the game free of charge.
Churches use Super Bowl outreach to bring people to church who might not come otherwise.