Views of a new Catholic in an old world on the joy and inexhaustible meaning found in the Faith
Here, Senator Ted Cruz questions the Administration, and its allies, who are sponsoring legislation with the goal of making abortion common, unlimited, and paid for by all of us.
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As everyone waits to see how the U.S. Supreme Court rules on the Hobby Lobby case, the U.S. Sixth Circuit handed an unfavorable decision yesterday.
LANSING — A federal appeals court has denied the Michigan Catholic Conference’s request for a preliminary injunction to exempt Catholic charities from the contraception mandate of the Affordable Care Act. [Read more...]
Over at the SCOTUS Blog, Lyle Denniston called it “one hearing, two dramas.”
The Supreme Court, in a one-hour, twenty-eight-minute session Tuesday, staged something like a two-act play on a revolving stage: first the liberals had their chance and Justice Anthony M. Kennedy gave them some help, and then the scene shifted entirely, and the conservatives had their chance — and, again, Kennedy provided them with some support. [Read more...]
Which we should be hearing about sometime tomorrow, when the oral arguments are delivered. Infographic courtesy of the hard working folks of The Becket Fund For Religious Liberty.
Say a little prayer for a just, constitutional, result.
As expected, Hobby Lobby, Conestoga Wood, and other businesses contesting the HHS Mandate, will have their day in the highest court in the land.
Robert Barnes of the Washington Post reports, [Read more...]
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