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Supreme Court Rules Boston Violated First Amendment by Refusing to Fly Christian Flag outside City Hall

Supreme Court Rules Boston Violated First Amendment by Refusing to Fly Christian Flag outside City Hall

The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the city of Boston violated the First Amendment by refusing to fly a local organization’s Christian flag in front of city hall, though it had flown other groups’ flags. The decision in Shurtleff v. the City of Boston was unanimous, with the Court ruling

‘Misdiagnosis’ — or Worse? German Synodal Path’s Solutions to Abuse Crisis Questioned

‘Misdiagnosis’ — or Worse? German Synodal Path’s Solutions to Abuse Crisis Questioned

In his response to a “fraternal open letter” to the Catholic bishops of Germany warning of their Synodal Path’s “potential for schism in the life of the Church,” Bishop Georg Bätzing wrote that his critics were missing the point. “The Synodal Path is our attempt in Germany to

Europeans affirm life

Europeans affirm life

Maria Czernin grew up in a family that was pro-life, but didn’t engage much with the issue. That changed dramatically when as a university student in Vienna, Austria, she attended a conference on Europe’s future. As part of the conference, Czernin watched a showing of