A federal judge on Jan. 21 issued a preliminary injunction against a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees.
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On Jan. 7, the court focused on whether the federal government has the legal authority to issue the orders. Justices appeared to be split along ideological lines. The court could issue a decision in the two cases in a matter of days.
Biden Stimulus Bill May Drive Catholic Schools Out of Early Childhood Services, School Officials Say
Thomas Carroll, superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Boston, told the Register the bill’s proposed anti-discrimination provisions would be ‘catastrophic.’
He also spoke at a news conference about how Pope Francis offered him and his family solace after the death of his son Beau.
Vaillancourt Murphy said it was “concerning” to see the Biden administration push to execute Tsarnaev, especially considering that President Joe Biden is the “first-ever president to openly oppose the death penalty” while actively serving as president.
The USCCB announced positive reaction to the news that the refugee cap will increase to 125,000 for the coming fiscal year.
A federal court on Friday evening issued a ruling allowing a Texas state law, which restricts abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected, to take effect again amid an ongoing court fight.
The White House announced the nominee on Friday.
‘Abortion is not family planning,’ stated Archbishop Joseph Naumann, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities.
Businesses participating in the Title X family-planning program can once again refer for abortions and do not have to be physically separate from abortion facilities.