Despite the Gospel command for Christians to serve the needy, an appellate court ruled last month that the Catholic Charities Bureau of the Diocese of Superior is not operated primarily for a religious purpose.
Justice Kaye Gorenflo Hearn called six weeks an unreasonable limit in her Jan. 5 opinion.
According to the senator who plans to introduce the legislation, the proposal ‘tries to make clear there [will be] no confidentiality’ exception, regardless of the context in which the clergy member becomes aware of the information.
Michigan Parish Files Lawsuit to Protect School From State Intrusion Over Catholic Beliefs on Sexuality
The parish fears the school will be targeted, in the wake of the Michigan Supreme Court’s recent reinterpretation of state antidiscrimination laws to include sexual orientation and gender identity.
The 5th-century pope and doctor of the Church reflected on the Nativity of Our Lord in eight famous sermons.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the athletes did not have standing and failed to show how their request would redress the alleged injuries.
Under the terms of a Dec. 8 legal settlement, the University of Washington will have to provide unredacted information about its research that uses tissue and organs harvested from aborted babies.