COMMENTARY: The nation’s leading Orthodox Jewish university now appeals to the Supreme Court to vindicate the autonomy of religious institutions.
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The friars began praying every day in a “perpetual novena” before the statue, a spot known today as “St. Anthony’s corner.” They dedicate their prayers to the petitions they receive from the faithful.
At least 16 people were injured amid a shooting on an N train at the 36th Street station around 8:30 on Tuesday morning.
Priests Accused of Abuse Returned to Ministry Without Involving Law Enforcement, Says Former Albany Bishop
'While we never condoned, ignored or took lightly sexual abuse of minors, we did not respond as quickly, as knowledgeably and as compassionately as we should have, and for that I am sincerely sorry,' Bishop Emeritus Hubbard wrote in 2021.
While recognizing the need for creative solutions to curb drug abuse, Catholic medical ethicists have raised moral and practical objections to the new focus on ‘harm reduction.’
“We want to follow in St. Paul’s footsteps when he invites us to ‘test everything and retain what is good.'”
A group of 17 medical professionals claim the mandate violates the free exercise clause of the First Amendment.
The mandate covers staff at hospitals and long-term care facilities such as nursing homes, adult care facilities, and other care settings, and did not include a religious exemption.
COMMENTARY: He will not be greatly missed, but his significance should not be overlooked.