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Justice Amy Coney Barrett Weighs in on Controversial Religious Liberty Case

Justice Amy Coney Barrett Weighs in on Controversial Religious Liberty Case

A recent case that has gone before the Supreme Court is pitting religious liberty against same-sex marriage regarding foster care. In newly-appointed Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s first hearing, Philadelphia officials have decided that if Catholic Social Services, following its firm belief in traditional marriage, did…

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Fulton v. Philadelphia: Fight to Keep Faith-based Foster and Adoption Agencies Open Hits Supreme Court

Fulton v. Philadelphia: Fight to Keep Faith-based Foster and Adoption Agencies Open Hits Supreme Court

“Faith-based adoption and foster care agencies should not be discriminated against because of their religious beliefs. Today the Supreme Court heard oral arguments as to whether or not the Constitution holds that to be true. Catholic adoption and foster care agencies in Philadelphia have been…

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Catholic Leaders Welcome Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

Catholic Leaders Welcome Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

On October 26th, Justice Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the United States Supreme Court. She is now the sixth practicing Catholic justice of the Supreme Court, joining such reputable names as Chief Justice John Roberts, and Justices Thomas, Samuel Alito, Sonia Sotomayor, and Brett…

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Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed to the Supreme Court

Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed to the Supreme Court

Statement from Ashley McGuire, Senior Fellow for The Catholic Association: “The confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett is a decisive victory in the effort to restore authentic constitutionalism and the rule of law to the Supreme Court. Judge Barrett is an extraordinarily accomplished scholar and…

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Senate Judiciary Committee Votes on Amy Coney Barrett

Senate Judiciary Committee Votes on Amy Coney Barrett

“Judge Amy Coney Barrett is officially on her way to a Senate confirmation vote to become Justice Barrett. During a flawless hearing performance, Judge Barrett masterfully fielded questions about Constitutional law without a note for 20 hours, her impressive flock of children seated behind her….

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Maureen Ferguson Weighs In On Judiciary Committee’s Stance On Late-Term Abortion

Maureen Ferguson Weighs In On Judiciary Committee’s Stance On Late-Term Abortion

“Democrats on the Judiciary Committee this morning revealed their support for activist judges who read rights like a right to late-term abortion into the Constitution. Sen. Whitehouse specifically praised Justice Ginsburg’s defense of late-term, partial-birth abortion in the Gonzales vs. Carhart case – the 2007…

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Statements from TCA on the Nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

Statements from TCA on the Nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

Statement from Maureen Ferguson, Senior Fellow for The Catholic Association: “Judge Barrett is a brilliant and esteemed constitutional scholar who is admired as much for her magnanimous heart as for her intelligence. In the hearings, Americans will get to know an extraordinary woman: a principled…

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Unlike Biden, President Trump Demonstrates Transparency by Revealing Potential Supreme Court Picks

Unlike Biden, President Trump Demonstrates Transparency by Revealing Potential Supreme Court Picks

Statement from Maureen Ferguson, Senior Fellow for The Catholic Association: “President Trump continues to keep his promise to transform the federal judiciary and his newest list of potential Supreme Court picks is further evidence of this. In releasing this expanded list, he brings transparency and clarity to…

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Biden’s Hypocrisy: How Biden Invoked a Papal Quote Yet Defies Catholic Beliefs

Biden’s Hypocrisy: How Biden Invoked a Papal Quote Yet Defies Catholic Beliefs

At a speech in Pittsburgh today, presidential candidate Joe Biden closed with a quote from Saint John Paul II. However, Biden, a Catholic, has chosen to reject the Catholic Church’s call to defend the most vulnerable, the unborn. Statement from Maureen Ferguson, Senior Fellow for…

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Why Mass is Essential and Should Be Open

Why Mass is Essential and Should Be Open

As Covid-19 continues to spread, many local shops and public gathering spots across the United States are remaining closed due to being deemed as “non-essential.” In San Francisco particularly, all indoor social gatherings have been indefinitely postponed, including movie theaters, sports complexes, and even churches….

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