Under the Ohio law, doctors could face license revocations and possible imprisonment of up to 18 months if they violate the statute.
As the closely watched ‘Synodal Path’ in Germany moves forward, scholars in the U.S. say a bolder response from Rome is needed.
“Structural alteration motivated by the perception of political influence can only feed that perception, further eroding that trust,” the justice warned during a speech at Harvard Law School.
Author and artist Michael O'Brien speaks with the Register about his early struggles as an artist and a father of a growing family, as well as the silver linings the pandemic offers us in learning to hear ‘the small voice’ of the Holy Spirit.
The curriculum has been criticized over its radical ideological framework — but many observers are especially alarmed over the disturbing religious components of the program.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The FDA’s emergency approval of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine prompts disputes between Church authorities, scholars and activists, stirring controversy and confusion.
The tech giant says it will “not sell books that frame LGBTQ+ identity as a mental illness,” but Ryan Anderson says his book does “no such thing”
Pastoral lessons learned one year later.
How the COVID crisis prompted innovation for church outreach.
Friday night’s order from Justice Elena Kagan followed a Feb. 5 Supreme Court ruling that effectively required the state to lift bans on indoor worship.