- Jun 15, 2021
Free religious expression in American higher education is under constant threat from the tyranny of secular progressivism, a leading scholar of religious liberty said Jan. 12.
Legal experts and historians marked the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at the United Nations on Tuesday.
The Catholic community is split down the middle at the polls, Princeton scholar says, but they can often be the deciding vote at election time.
Georgetown University’s major conference on overcoming polarization aimed to build on Pope Francis’s culture of encounter to heal divisions within the Church.
A bipartisan group of leaders from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom issued an open-letter in support of Iranian protesters.
Members of Georgetown University’s activities commission deliberated for several hours on Thursday night and into Friday morning following a hearing on Monday into the allegations of student organization Love Saxa’s ‘intolerance.’ Campus gay rights groups accused the pro-marriage group of violating a rule saying student organizations are ineligible for recognition if they “foster hatred or intolerance.” The commission decided against punishing the student organization.
If Love Saxa – which supports traditional marriage at Georgetown University – is found to be in violation of university standards, as a student petition alleges, the Student Activities Commission could recommend that the university impose sanctions, including a loss of funding and access to university facilities.
One sign that a summit is viewed as crucial is when a tug-of-war breaks out to shape its agenda and outcome. By that standard, the looming Oct. 5-19 Synod of Bishops on the family appears a very big deal indeed. In the run-up to the synod, we’ve already seen cardinals