I kid you not, I fell victim to this type of Karen at my corporate job a few weeks after we were forced to work from home. I posted a sign outside my office with an image of the Cross and my phone number (not my real one) soliciting prayer requests. I figured most of my co-workers, who show no overt signs of religious practice, would simply ignore the sign.
No, it was worse.
The HR lady (she even had the stereotypical Karen haircut!) told me that in order to call for such an activity within company property I needed to fill out a form describing the event and submit it for formal approval. Worse, in that same call, she brought me up on complaints that I was wearing paraphernalia that was deemed "vulgar." What was this vulgar thing I was wearing?
PRAY TO END ABORTION (40 Days for Life).
It didn't bother me that much since no actual disciplinary action was undertaken but it was a stark reminder that totalitarianism (and anti-Christianity) work best under soft forms.
I had a co-worker who was ordered to remove a Christian cross symbol from his clothes. And another co-worker was ordered to remove a pagan symbol pin that he liked and represented his beliefs. HR didn't want anything that might create employee dissension or offend clients. Because obviously, you see a person with a symbol that says Christian, and they see a symbol that says pagan, and you both go into a rage because one of you worships Odin and Thor, and the other person, Jesus! And before you know it, everyone in the building is engaging in a huge bloody brawl! Thank goodness HR was there to prevent such a thing from happening. ; )