The fact that all rights are not listed in the constitution does not allow you to make them up. Where did you get the idea that anyone has to adhere to your idea of "the kindness of religious morality." The constitution specifically prohibits government from support yoiur religion. So tell me how your view of religious morality must be adhered to by others and why it does not interfere with their rights to force your view upon them.
I was here one night when another poster explained to you that rights are an individual concept and not collective. I guess you didn't get the gist.
When you say you have the right to decide what kind of society you live in, you are correct. You can move to a theocracy that imposes your beliefs upon others or you can live in the US where we are free from such impositions. And who is "we" anyway?