In an Aug. 17 statement, the National Catholic Bioethics Center noted “with great sadness the increasingly heated rhetoric and even violence associated with the vaccine mandate debates.”
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“Consequently, someone who in conscience decides that he or she should not receive the COVID-19 vaccine should be granted an exemption based on his or her beliefs or convictions,” the bishops asserted.
Despite Criticism from Wisconsin AG, Milwaukee Archdiocese Stresses Cooperation with New Abuse Cases
Archbishop Listecki has voiced doubt that the attorney general has the legal authority for the inquiry and said the archdiocese has “legitimate concerns that his inquiry is directly targeting only the Catholic Church.”
The case of St. Ambrose Academy against executives of Dane County, Wisconsin, was officially decided on June 11.
Topczewski contended that this specific request violates the U.S. Constitution’s establishment clause prohibition against the “disfavoring of a particular religion.”
All the sisters worked as educators, while some were missionaries, musicians, or peace and justice workers.
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys said the school district guidance instructs district employees to help children of any age adopt a transgender identity at school if the child requests it, without notifying parents or securing their consent.
Bishop Hying noted that in this time of “deep division,” it is especially important for the Church to be free to “provide solace and comfort for all.”
If Catholics want marriages and the priesthood to be renewed, then we need a vigorous revival of monastic life.
The contemplative community is the only foundation of Cistercian nuns of the Common Observance in the English-speaking world.