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There was an "impassioned debate" in the House of Commons about the extent of global anti-Christian persecution. Aid to the Church in Need reported that during a debate in parliament Tuesday calling on the UK government “to do more both in its foreign policy and through its aid work to defend and support people o...read more
Articles from section "Politics and Law"
Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty, welcomed the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision …read more
The US Supreme Court agreed today to hear two of the many cases challenging the federal government's mandate that employers must provide insurance that covers abortion-inducing drugs, …read more
In a significant victory for conscience rights, on Thursday a federal district court in Pennsylvania handed down the first decision on the merits in a case by Catholic non-profit …read more
Working people struggling to support themselves and their families should be protected from lenders who look to exploit their financial insecurity, said Bishop Stephen Blaire of Stockton, …read more
Cardinal Peter Turkson has opened thefirst international meeting of chaplains serving in Parliaments. Participants at the meeting, taking place this week at the cardinal's dicastery, the …read more