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Man Who Killed Catholic Roommate for Praying at Hospital to be Arraigned on Murder, Hate Crime

Man Who Killed Catholic Roommate for Praying at Hospital to be Arraigned on Murder, Hate Crime

Jesse Martinez, a COVID-19 patient who beat a fellow patient to death with an oxygen tank at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster, will be arraigned on December 31st for murder, elder abuse, and religion-motivated hate crime, authorities announced on December 28. The victim, David Hernandez-Garcia,

The significance of the Diocese of Brooklyn case in fighting restrictions

The significance of the Diocese of Brooklyn case in fighting restrictions

In this interview with Catholic World Report, attorney Randy Mastro discusses the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of the right to religious freedom in the case presented by the Diocese of Brooklyn, demonstrating religions were being discriminated against in New York with excessive COVID restrictions. In this interview,

Why in-person worship matters

Why in-person worship matters

Matt Hadro After Virginia’s governor appeared to suggest that church attendance is immaterial to the act of worship, one theologian says that Catholics see worship differently. On Thursday, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) asked religious leaders to consider holding liturgies outdoors or virtually during the