Christian Baker Jack Phillips Fights Back; Supreme Court Will Take up Another Religious Tuition Case; Supreme Court Sides With Amish in Water Treatment Case; Mexican Catholics Honor Scientology Volunteer Ministers; Study: Indians Free To Practice Faith, But …
Christian Baker Jack Phillips Fights Back
Supreme Court Will Take up Another Religious Tuition Case
The High Court will next year hear the case Carson v Makin, which looks to change a rule in Maine that does not allow families living in towns without a public school system, to receive tuition assistance to send their children to religious schools. The case follows the Supreme Court decision in Espinoza vs. Montana Dept. of Revenue in which Justice Roberts wrote: “A state need not subsidize private education. But once a state decides to do so, it cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious.”
Supreme Court Sides With Amish in Water Treatment Case
Mexican Catholics Honor Scientology Volunteer Ministers
A special Mass at the Iglesia Santa Maria de las Capuchinas in the complex of Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe honored the Scientology Volunteer Ministers of Mexico. As the country began to open up, these volunteers took on the task of sanitizing and decontaminating places of worship so those wishing to practice their faith could do so in safety. The Scientology Volunteer Ministers were honored for their work making this and other churches safe for worshipers.
Study: Indians Free To Practice Faith, But …