The Catholic Parliamentary Office of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland said in 2019 that Catholics were “disproportionately targeted in terms of religiously aggravated offending.”
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As South Carolina Catholics Challenge State’s Blaine Amendment, Scholars Argue It Was ‘Born of Bigotry’
‘The plaintiffs should prevail. It is time to end the shame of Blaine,’ states a May 20 essay for RealClear Policy.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The attempt by Spain’s socialist government to turn a Spanish Civil War memorial into a civil cemetery is seen by Catholic Spaniards as an attack against the nation’s historical and spiritual roots.
COMMENTARY: The way he responded to the challenge in the 1920s gives us a model today for speaking as Catholics in the public square.
Pressed repeatedly for her views on abortion, marriage, health care, and other issues, Barrett invoked a standard on Tuesday that she credited to Ruth Bader Ginsburg when she had been considered for the Court: “no hints, no previews, no forecasts” of future decisions, as Barrett summarized it.
Sasse stressed the importance of religious freedom as one of the five “basic pre-governmental rights” enshrined in the First Amendment to the Constitution.
COMMENTARY: If America fights injustice selectively it has not really begun the fight.
The effort comes as both the Biden and Trump presidential campaigns court Catholic voters, both campaigns have made efforts to suggest they represent a commitment to Catholic social teaching.
The fires set at Sacred Heart are the second fire-related damage at a Catholic church in the Archdiocese of Boston in the last month.