“We need her,” Mary Novak, executive director of Network, a Catholic social justice lobby, said at the rally about Judge Jackson. “Network’s got your back.”
The confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson included 13 hours of questioning about her her views on abortion, critical race theory and her own faith.
A small Jesuit school—Saint Peter’s University of Jersey City, N.J.—upset the mighty University of Kentucky in the first round of the N.C.A.A. tournament.
In oral arguments that took nearly two hours, several of the justices found fault with the state’s decision process in determining just how religious a school was to decide if it could participate or not.
In the Supreme Court’s first major abortion case in decades the majority of justices Dec. 1 seemed willing to let that ban stay in place. But it was unclear if they would take this further and overturn Roe.
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Nov. 23 that an Indiana trial court “committed reversible error” when it dismissed a former teacher’s lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Indianapolis earlier this year.
At their fall meeting, the U.S. bishops approved a three-year eucharistic revival that will culminate with the National Eucharistic Congress 2024 in Indianapolis.
Pope Francis’ nuncio addresses U.S. bishops on abortion, racism and the Eucharist: ‘A divided church will never lead people.’
Archbishop Christophe Pierre spoke to the U.S. bishops Nov. 16 about the importance of listening to people in the church and being open to the work of the Holy Spirit.