• Supreme court struggles over hospital pension dispute

    Supreme court struggles over hospital pension dispute

    • Mar 27, 2017

    The United States Supreme Court is hearing arguments on whether religious hospitals have the same right to be determined a religious organization as churches or other houses of worship. The Catholic bishops argue it is up to the Church, not the government, to determine what is a Church ministry.

  • Supreme Court nominee praised for record of building unity on religious freedom

    • Mar 25, 2017

    President Donald Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court has ruled on some of the most important religious liberty cases in recent years while on the Tenth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, including those of Hobby Lobby and Little Sisters of the Poor against the Obama administration’s contraceptive mandate.

  • Outgoing ambassador sees major strides in religious freedom

    Outgoing ambassador sees major strides in religious freedom

    • Feb 13, 2017

    The former Ambassador for International Religious Freedom, Rabbi David Saperstein, said that the U.S. has made significant strides in promoting religious freedom abroad in the last two years. Saperstein counted as a major success the work done everyday on behalf of prisoners of conscience.