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The more than 30-page motion alleges that the government violated the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment in its prosecution of Houck.
Advent is more than half past and the frenzy of the holiday season is in high gear. How do we stay focused on the reason for Christmas? Msgr. Charles Pope brings us St. Paul’s 5-part plan for mental health. Then we turn back to the Supreme Court where oral argument was heard this week on the question: Can local governments discriminate based on religion in school choice programs? EWTN News’ legal analyst Andrea Picciotti Bayer has the story.
Make no mistake about it: A Supreme Court ruling opening up Maine’s tuition assistance program to religious schools will be greeted with fury by progressives.
Proposed Padre Pio Chapel Meets Opposition from Local Residents
‘It has become increasingly acceptable,’ the Washington archbishop stated, ‘to disparage as bigoted and mean-spirited anyone who seeks to uphold fundamental truths about the human person that have been recognized throughout history.’
Their ability to operate themselves, in line with Catholic teaching on sexuality, is coming under increasing pressure there and elsewhere.