Description: "In the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Congress took the unprecedented step of inserting federal anti-discrimination law into purely private employment decisions. It did so to address an urgent national crisis: the long shadow of state-backed racial discrimination. A mischievous opponent of the bill added “sex” to the list of forbidden bases for discrimination. Nobody at the time would have thought that the term “sex” meant “sexual orientation” or “gender identity at odds with biological sex,” yet the Supreme Court, in Bostock v. Clayton County, said that it now does." ...
Director of Ministry Bioethics and Membership Experience , Christ Medicus Foundation
As world slowly returns to normal, grief ministers offer tips for those in mourning
Description: "COVID-19 has changed everything the world has known about work, dates, family get-togethers and even funerals. But the grieving process is the same, the sense of loss is the same, and the need for hope is the same. That’s why John and Sandy O’Shaughnessy, parishioners at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Plymouth and founders of Good Mourning Ministry, have developed online resources based on their Grieving With Great Hope workshops to help families struggling with loss during the pandemic." ...
John & Sandy O'Shaughnessy
Founders , Good Mourning Ministry