The Supreme Court ended its term with two religion-related decisions, ruling in favor of religious accommodation and free speech. Andrea Picciotti-Bayer explains the Court’s decisions and relevance for any believer and the common good. Also, Pope Francis announced last week a new head for the Dicastery for the Doctrine of Faith. Edward Pentin offers reporting and analysis on Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernández.
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COMMENTARY: While politics is a necessary and inevitable part of our lives, its ambitions should not be confused with the Kingdom.
Pope Francis has decided to extend the Synod on Synodality to October 2024. His announcement on Oct. 16 included his decision to divide the Synod of Bishops into two sessions that will meet in Rome in October 2023 and October 2024. Register Rome correspondent Edward Pentin joins us with analysis of this news. Then EWTN Legal Analyst Andrea Picciotti-Bayer joins us to discuss the new term at the U.S. Supreme Court and cases Catholics should watch. She’ll also highlight how religious liberty is in the crosshairs of midterm election campaigns.
COMMENTARY: Here’s a quick snapshot of cases to be decided by summer 2023.
Mother’s Day Pro-Abortion Protests Set to Interrupt Masses Are Illegal. Will President Biden Stop Them?
Pro-abortion groups have targeted Catholic churches to protest the impending Dobbs decision.
The new season will focus on school choice.
COMMENTARY: In ‘Kennedy v. Bremerton School District,’ the nation’s highest court will clarify the Constitution’s protection of the religious expression of teachers, coaches and other public servants.
COMMENTARY: The First Amendment not only gives Catholics the right to practice our faith, but also creates the space in which we can evangelize.