January 7, 2019
Respondents reported a variety of accommodations for people with disabilities in their parishes, while also calling on their communities to do more to support parishioners with special needs.
The principle of subsidiarity is poorly served in these cases—when U.S. cities and states act as if they are in an economic Cold War with one another and the “arms race” of tax incentives helps only a handful of already successful private companies.
In November the Georgetown Center for Children and Families announced that the number of uninsured children in the United States went up for the first time in nearly a decade.
In the fiscal year of 2018, U.S. immigration judges denied asylum in 65 percent of cases.