Texas Abortion Ban Voided, Gen Z Religiously Unaffiliated, Federal Court Sides With Catholic Groups Over Gender Mandate, Supreme Court Addresses Two Religion Cases, Blinken Favors Cooperation With China Despite Uighurs Genocide, Can Catholic Schools Survive?
Texas Abortion Ban Voided
Generation Z Religiously Unaffiliated
Americans born after 1996 – so-called Generation Z – are beginning to vote, and researchers surveyed more than 10,000 young people age 13 to 25. Nearly 40 percent describe themselves as “religiously unaffiliated,” whether agnostic, atheist, or nothing in particular. However, 60 percent of those young people who are not involved with organized religion consider themselves as “spiritual,” and 19 percent say they attend religious services at least once a month. Furthermore, 12 percent said they have become more religious in the last five years,
Court Sides With Catholic Groups Over Gender Mandate
Supreme Court Addresses Two Religion Cases
In one before the Supreme Court, a death row inmate claims Texas’ refusal to allow a clergy member in the execution chamber violates his religious liberty rights. The Supreme Court sent that case back to the lower court. In the other case, a challenger to Nevada’s worship service COVID restrictions sought Supreme Court review prior to judgment by the lower court, but the High Court refused to intervene.
New Secretary of State Favors Cooperation With China Despite Uighurs Genocide
Can Catholic Schools Survive?