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U.S. Supreme Court’s abortion, death penalty and religious liberty cases made...

WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court's Dobbs decision -- overturning Roe v. Wade -- is no doubt one for the history books. The 5-4 decision in...

Web designer Lorie Smith wants U.S. Supreme Court to agree she’s...

WASHINGTON -- In a case examining the scope of free speech protected by the First Amendment, the Supreme Court Dec. 5 ultimately seemed to...

Bishops call on Congress to prioritize well-being of families: ‘We...

WASHINGTON-- Calling upon Congress for "radical solidarity" with mothers and babies -- both born and unborn -- four bishops advanced an ambitious legislative and...

Justice is about the community, the social whole in which life...

Tributes to justice abound on Capitol Hill in Washington. On the east side of the Supreme Court, Moses, Solon the great lawmaker and Confucius...

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito says constitutional originalism ‘is there...

WASHINGTON -- Justice Samuel Alito told a group of law students in Washington that he is always mindful that the rulings he and his...

New term with Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson for U.S. Supreme Court...

WASHINGTON-- The Supreme Court begins its new term Oct. 3, jumping right back into the fray with cases that take on affirmative action, voting,...

Understanding the power of words helps us deliver compassion when it’s...

Words, and how we use them, have great power. During Senate hearings regarding the nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice...

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito says law must help ‘win...

ROME -- In his first public comments since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned its nearly 50-year-old decision that legalized abortion, Justice Samuel Alito said...

After Dobbs ruling, states shift focus to abortion laws, interstate travel

For the first time in some 50 years, states have an unprecedented opportunity to explore anew ways to regulate abortion services and at a...

U.S. bishops’ committee chairmen call House bill to codify Roe ‘unjust,...

WASHINGTON — The chairmen of two U.S. bishops' committees said a measure passed by the House July 15 is "the most unjust and extreme...

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