U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit grants an injunction barring Genoa Township from obstructing the religious displays.
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Joseph Kennedy, the winning plaintiff in 2022’s Kennedy v. Bremerton School District decision, says school officials targeted him.
Catholic, Muslim and Ethiopian Orthodox parents sued the Montgomery County Board of Education on May 24, after it changed its parental-notification and opt-out policies.
Starr issued the order after a jury found the company violated the religious liberty of one of its employees, a flight attendant named Charlene Carter.
COMMENTARY: The court’s unanimous Aug. 14 decision marks a victory for all faith-based schools in the Garden State.
Finnish prosecutors brought charges against the two Lutherans in 2022 for alleged hate speech violations that the prosecutors determined were “likely to cause intolerance, contempt, and hatred towards homosexuals.”
The new provision stems from concerns during the COVID-19 crisis that churches were being subject to overly strict pandemic mitigation policies relative to other institutions and businesses.
The Supreme Court ended its term with two religion-related decisions, ruling in favor of religious accommodation and free speech. Andrea Picciotti-Bayer explains the Court’s decisions and relevance for any believer and the common good. Also, Pope Francis announced last week a new head for the Dicastery for the Doctrine of Faith. Edward Pentin offers reporting and analysis on Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernández.
‘Religious freedom means nothing if it does not extend to the public square. And the public square is better off when religion is welcome there,’ said Cardinal Timothy Dolan, chairman of the bishops’ Committee for Religious Liberty.