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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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Examiner: A new hope for Supreme Court action with this year’s March for Life

Examiner: A new hope for Supreme Court action with this year’s March for Life

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Almost 50 years after Roe v. Wade, more than 100,000 people will walk through Washington today in support of life, chanting loudly enough to be heard within the chambers of the Supreme Court. And this year, for the first time in decades, the…

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RealClearReligion: Help Families and Catholic Schools by Ending the Blaine Amendments

RealClearReligion: Help Families and Catholic Schools by Ending the Blaine Amendments

By Grazie Pozo Christie and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Unless you are the parent of a student at a Catholic school, you may not know that this week is Catholic Schools Week. As mothers of happy parochial school students and successful graduates, it’s a big deal for…

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Catholic Herald: Catholic schools break the cycle of poverty. Why are they being targeted?

Catholic Herald: Catholic schools break the cycle of poverty. Why are they being targeted?

By Maureen Ferguson It is a grand Washington, DC tradition. Every year, on the first Sunday in October, Catholic and non-Catholic dignitaries alike gather at St Matthew’s Cathedral to pray for the judicial branch of government. It’s the annual Red Mass, a tradition that extends…

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EWTN: Religious Liberty and Catholic Hospitals

EWTN: Religious Liberty and Catholic Hospitals

Dr. Grazie Christie appeared on EWTN to discuss a lawsuit against a Catholic hospital for refusing to perform procedures that violate Church teaching. Watch the clip here.

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TCA Files Amicus Brief before the Supreme Court

TCA Files Amicus Brief before the Supreme Court

The Catholic Association has filed an amicus brief in the case of Sharonell Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, asking the Supreme Court to hear this important case. At issue is whether the government can discriminate against faith-based adoption and foster care agencies because of their…

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NRO: The Supreme Court review of Sharonell Fulton, et. al v. City of Philadelphia

NRO: The Supreme Court review of Sharonell Fulton, et. al v. City of Philadelphia

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Will Philadelphia’s Catholic Social Services soon have to close its foster care program – a program or ministry that has operated for a century in a city that desperately needs more foster homes to take in its most vulnerable kids? It’s now…

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Washington Times: Saving a monument from radical secularism

Washington Times: Saving a monument from radical secularism

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Should a 93-year-old World War I monument in the shape of a cross be leveled to the ground? Or just have its horizontal arms sawed off so it is no longer a cross and, thus, no longer offensive to the American Humanist…

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TCA Statement on Bladensburg Peace Cross Supreme Court Ruling

TCA Statement on Bladensburg Peace Cross Supreme Court Ruling

June 20, 2019 “In saving the historic Bladensburg Peace Cross from the American Humanists’ bulldozers, the Supreme Court has brought common sense and clarity to this important First Amendment issue: The Constitution does not require eliminating the great symbols of America’s religious pluralism from the…

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