I believe there is a way. However, it will take a few of us to have the courage to take the bull by the horns, so to speak.
The biggest bulwark the Society uses to hide behind is the Freedom of Religion clause in the constitution. What we need to do is to transform this protection into something we can use against them.
We could pit the freedom of religion of an organization against the freedom of religion of an individual. In short, does a religion, by right of being a religion, have the right to force an individual to violate their conscience? For instance, does Islam have the right to force a member to kill infidels?
There are plenty of instances where conscience is deemed as supreme. During the Nuremburg trials, many of the Nazi's were defending themselves by saying that they were only following orders. That arguement was thrown out on the basis that their consciences should have told them that what they were doing was wrong.
We can further sell this idea by referring to Jim Jones, Koresh, and those fools who wanted to ride on the comet. We need something that can reign in these egomaniacs, to even the playing field, so to speak. Limiting them in this manner would be a large step in that direction.