Many dioceses have left the decision to be vaccinated to their employees, but Chicago, Lexington and El Paso have already moved to mandate COVID-19 vaccines.
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‘The Catholic Church teaches, and has taught, that life – human life – begins at conception,’ said Cardinal Wilton Gregory at a Wednesday luncheon of the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
COMMENTARY: The current administration has made no effort to carve out conscience rights and religious exemptions to the transgender mandate. So lawsuits continue to be filed.
‘Dereliction of Its Duty’: US Bishops Rebuke Biden Administration for Dropping Conscience-Rights Lawsuit
On July 30, the Justice Department quietly moved to dismiss its lawsuit against a Vermont hospital, which had allegedly coerced a nurse into helping with an abortion in 2017.
Pro-life leaders criticized the omission of these ‘riders’ from the spending bills.
The bishop of El Paso said the Church must work with the administration on issues that overlap with Church teaching.
CUA professor said the bishops must be clear about where the administration runs afoul of Church teaching.
Filing in an Oregon district court, the Justice Department said that religious post-secondary schools seeking to intervene in a case to defend their Title IX religious exemption are not entitled to do so because they have not proven that the administration would not adequately defend their religious exemption in court.
The president makes good on his campaign promise to oppose the Hyde Amendment, as Democrats push to end pro-life protections in spending bills.