COMMENTARY: ‘Hard cases make bad law,’ the saying goes. Sometimes, however, they make good law — and this is one of those instances.
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The new poll comes on the heels of the state attorney general’s lawsuit against three school districts.
COMMENTARY: The court’s unanimous Aug. 14 decision marks a victory for all faith-based schools in the Garden State.
The seven-person court unanimously ruled in favor of St. Theresa’s and New Jersey religious schools in its unanimous decision Monday.
The newly built cross-shaped pier, which cost $2 million, will be consecrated to God on April 15, the day it opens to the public.
St. Patrick’s Day brings many treasures — including stained-glass windows found in only one church in the United States.
Documents filed in the case and statements made in court indicate that Omar Alkattoul made his threats on social media Nov. 1.
In a report released earlier this year, the Anti-Defamation League said there were at least 2,717 known anti-Semitic incidents across the U.S. in 2021, a 34% rise over the previous year.
After the statue was stolen Aug. 30, Msgr. Marucci said that he was praying that it would be returned before Sept. 8: The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the day on which the parish always holds a litany of prayers from sun-up to sun-down in honor of Mary.
The statue from Portugal is one of only four in existence.