- Dec 5, 2019
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is asking a federal judge to halt an injunction that lets religious-based adoption and foster care agencies refuse to serve LGBT couples.
Peruvian journalist Pedro Salinas has hit back against the judge who issued his guilty verdict in a criminal defamation case launched by an archbishop, saying her grounds for the sentence were biased and based solely on arguments of the prosecution.
Sister Ann Durst discusses the success of her pro bono law firm for immigrants.
Joseph Weiler, a prominent professor of law at New York University, has said that at a time of high polemics when the religious voice has been “muted” from the public arena, Saint John Paul II’s social teaching offers a balanced approach to the interaction between church and a secular state.
‘Humanae Vitae’ might be better understood in the light of Italian cultural understanding of law.
Pope Francis has taken measures to address a spiraling sex abuse scandal in Chile, but he hasn’t moved on a problem closer to home: Vatican City itself does not have policies to protect children from pedophile priests or require suspected abuse to be reported to police.