Results from Tag: 'u.s. supreme court'
Some religious plaintiffs are winning, but often on narrow grounds.
Supreme Court Considers Case of Christian Website Designer Targeted Because She Won’t Promote Same-Sex Weddings
In today’s oral argument, members of the court’s conservative majority seemed sympathetic to legal arguments that Lorie Smith should not be compelled to undertake actions that violate her core beliefs.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The U.S. Supreme Court's conservative majority faces pushback from Democrats during the final stretch of the 2022 midterm campaign season, with polls marking a decline in popularity.
COMMENTARY: Here’s a quick snapshot of cases to be decided by summer 2023.
COMMENTARY: The ethics and legality of elective abortion are completely different than that of treating pregnancy complications.
Bishop Pfeifer also called on the faithful to pray to the Holy Spirit and encourage all pro-lifers — beginning with the bishops — to show more concern for women struggling with pregnancy problems.
COMMENTARY: The nation’s leading Orthodox Jewish university now appeals to the Supreme Court to vindicate the autonomy of religious institutions.
COMMENTARY: Pro-lifers must be prepared to set the record straight.
COMMENTARY: Besides Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, the High Court upheld the First Amendment’s right to religious exercise and expression in four other important cases.