Ohio pro-life advocates look to Michigan’s recent push for taxpayer-funded abortion as the Buckeye State faces an amendment that would enshrine a right to an abortion in the state Constitution.
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Chenet, 29, a Catholic father and educator, joined several Catholic friends to form Morning Star LLC in 2019 to purchase Cottonwood Farm, where his family now shares the property with members and renters who share a vision of close cooperation, Catholic faith, and friendship.
A coalition of pro-abortion groups have launched a campaign criticizing Karen Whitsett, who wants to ensure that women are not being forced to abort their children.
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit grants an injunction barring Genoa Township from obstructing the religious displays.
Although the attorney general’s office has not issued any legal warnings or brought any complaints to the parish, the lawsuit argues that it could be targeted based on the Michigan Supreme Court’s recent reinterpretation of the law.
In its statement, the Diocese of Lansing praised the victims that came forward with accusations against Father Delorenzo.
The charge dated back to 2004, when the victim was a second-grader at St. Mary Catholic School in Wayne, Michigan, and Father Baker was pastor of St. Mary Catholic Parish.
The three were killed after a 43-year-old gunman opened fire on campus, injuring five others before apparently taking his own life.
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.