The proposed legislation, announced in a May 11 press conference by Gov. Phil Murphy, a Democrat, would mandate that health-insurance plans fully cover abortion; codify regulations allowing non-physicians to perform abortions; and dedicate more taxpayer funds to abortion.
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Michael and Jennifer Lasche say that a state agency — New Jersey’s Division of Child Protection and Permanency — removed their foster child and suspended their foster license in 2018 because of their religious beliefs.
Bill S49/A6260, which was introduced Jan. 6, codifies a 'fundamental right to reproductive autonomy, which includes the right to contraception, the right to terminate a pregnancy, and the right to carry a pregnancy to term.'
Previously, abortions in New Jersey had to have been performed by a physician, and any abortion past 14 weeks must have been carried out in a hospital.
According to the lawsuit, McCarrick engaged in sexual contact with the plaintiff while he was bishop of Metuchen from approximately 1982 to 1985.
A federal district court ruled on April 28 that as Simon was both chairperson of the school’s religious department and campus minister, “her duties appear to fit squarely within the ministerial exception."
The Church’s Code of Canon Law states that confessions should not be refused, provided the proper conditions are met.
Following Camden’s bankruptcy declaration, the remaining alleged victims — along with all of the dioceses creditors – will have a limited pot of money to draw from, and settlements will be determined by a bankruptcy court.
Fr. DiStefano was an assistant principal in the New York City Public Schools and was a New York City police officer before being ordained a priest.
Speaking in a Wednesday press conference, Anderson said the plaintiff is “very brave” and “a survivor of sexual predation by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and other clerics.”