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Supreme Court nominee drilled on abortion, religious freedom at hearings

The judge nominated to replace Antonin Scalia at the Supreme Court answered questions on abortion and religious freedom jurisprudence on... Read more

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Supreme Court sends transgender student case back to lower court

The Supreme Court will not hear the case of a transgender student’s demand to access public school single-sex bathrooms, instead... Read more

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Supreme Court hears case of Mexican teen shot at border

The Supreme Court this week heard oral arguments in the case of a Mexican teen shot dead by a border... Read more

Supreme Court nominee authored a book on assisted suicide

President Donald Trump’s nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court wrote a book on “the future of assisted suicide” in 2006... Read more

Judge Neil Gorsuch delivers brief remarks after being nominated by U.S. President Donald Trump to the Supreme Court, Jan. 31, 2017.

Supreme Court pick wins applause from religious freedom advocates

Pro-life leaders and religious freedom advocates hailed President Trump’s choice of Neil Gorsuch to fill the Supreme Court vacancy on... Read more

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Supreme Court appears skeptical of Texas' death penalty standards

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a death penalty case that could determine the fate of a man... Read more

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Election 2016: A supremely important decision

Among the first acts of the next president of the United States will be the appointment of a new justice... Read more

How Justice Scalia suffered the 'contempt of a sophisticated world'

Catholics in Washington, D.C. recently paid tribute to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia – both for his life of faith,... Read more

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Supreme Court to hear school's transgender bathroom case

The Supreme Court has announced that it will hear a case on whether students identifying as transgender may be required... Read more

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Just how important are presidential Supreme Court picks?

Both major presidential candidates say that the future of the Supreme Court depends on this election – but how important... Read more

Archbishop to public officials: Rely on the Holy Spirit

Amidst the current environment of “political polarization,” one archbishop exhorted public officials on Sunday not to be discouraged, but to... Read more

Thousands of students, parents ask Supreme Court to protect bathroom privacy

More than 8,900 students, parents and school community members are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to protect a restroom privacy... Read more

The Supreme Court probably won't approve polygamy. Here's why.

A polygamous family featured on a reality TV show has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a law... Read more

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Pittsburgh diocese: Government is violating Supreme Court mandate order

Despite a Supreme Court order seeming to protect its religious freedom, the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh says the federal government... Read more

Profits over people? Former abortion worker warns of continuing clinic abuses

After the Supreme Court struck down Texas’ abortion clinic regulations last week, a new report claims that these clinics are... Read more

2015 March for Life in Washington D.C. on Jan. 22, 2015.

Supreme Court ruling blasted for pro-abortion bias in Texas ruling

In striking down Texas’ regulations of abortion clinics, the Supreme Court showed favoritism toward the supposed “right to abortion” over... Read more

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Supreme Court strikes down Texas abortion clinic regulations

On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down a 2013 Texas law regulating the safety of abortion clinics, saying in a... Read more

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Divided Supreme Court deals a setback to immigration advocates

A divided Supreme Court allowed a hold on the Obama administration’s immigration policy to continue, disappointing Catholic advocates of immigration... Read more

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Death penalty under fire as Supreme Court takes disabled man case

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to review the death sentence of a man whom lawyers claim is intellectually disabled,... Read more

Supreme Court sends more mandate cases back to lower circuits

After sending the Little Sisters’ HHS mandate case back to the circuit courts on May 16, the Supreme Court voided... Read more