(RNS) — A conservative Harvard law professor and Catholic convert proposes ditching originalism in favor of ‘common good constitutionalism.’
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (RNS) — A woman who fled Honduras after her partner stabbed her multiple times and has lived in church sanctuary for nearly two years is entitled to stay in the United States, a panel of federal judges ruled.
(RNS) — U.S. District Judge Rosemary Márquez argued that not only are the activists' beliefs sincerely held, but also that prosecuting them amounts to a substantial burden on their faith.
(RNS) — It has to do with religious liberty, and the Supreme Court is building it.
(RNS) — Several religious groups have voiced opposition to any ruling that would grant wide latitude for the government to fund religious education.
(RNS) — The preliminary injunction is part of HIAS v. Trump, a lawsuit by three faith-based organizations against the US government over the order.
(RNS) — In a speech at Notre Dame, the U.S. attorney general put personal morality — and personal religious liberty — above the more traditional Catholic concern for social problems.
(RNS) — Houses of worship can publicly disagree with the president's policies without violating federal rules against electioneering by nonprofits. Not that all members of the congregation will be mollified.
(RNS) — Two graphic artists claim that the ruling means that Phoenix's anti-discrimination law "cannot compel us to imagine and create custom artwork that violates our beliefs." Actually, that's not the case.
How the Establishment Clause failed to persuade the justices in one death penalty petition, and then succeeded in an almost identical one.
(RNS) — The door is still open to a decision that would force bakers to provide cakes for same-sex nuptials if they want to stay in business.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court declined Monday to take up a case from New Jersey that raised the issue of preservation grants to religious buildings.
The Trump Administration is making America more comfortable for conservative Christians.
Let's listen to the Jesuits.
JERUSALEM (RNS) — After a lawsuit was filed, the station began permitting women to speak during limited hours, "and only on stereotypically female topics like recipes or education,” said an activist.