For 25 years, Meriwether has served as a philosophy professor at Shawnee State University, a public university of about 3,400 undergraduates in Portsmouth, Ohio.
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COMMENTARY: The Virginia board’s actions in dealing with an instance of sexual assault mirror the Catholic Church’s response in the not so distant past.
Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Neil Gorsuch wanted the court to hear the case, which comes amid debate over religious freedom, and the ability of U.S. Catholic institutions to follow Catholic ethics.
Archbishop Listecki's memo does not identify which seminaries or houses of formation have enrolled a biological female who presented herself as a male, nor was it clarified if these “instances” occurred in the United States or elsewhere.
The justices denied review of a Fourth Circuit ruling siding with Grimm, who argued that school policies requiring transgender students to use the bathroom aligned with their biological sex violated Title IX protections against discrimination, but the rebuff did not address the case’s merits.
A redefinition of sex discrimination in health care could have major repercussions.
Ryan Anderson, president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, praised the changes and called for additional protections for children with gender dysphoria.
The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty represents a coalition of doctors and hospitals – including Catholic doctors and groups –opposed to the mandate.
COMMENTARY: A Christian professor at Shawnee State University scored a victory for First Amendment rights.