Americans’ Attitudes Towards Key Issues Affecting Voting Behavior

Issues include partisanship, sexual harassment, gender of candidates, healthcare coverage, access to contraception According to a new survey by Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI),

Governor of Texas Approves Law Allowing Denial of Adoption Based on Religion

Critics voice fears of discrimination against LGBT, non-Christians; argues that the law was never about the welfare of the children Republican Governor Greg Abbott

St. Louis Archdiocese Files Lawsuit Over Making it A “Sanctuary City” for Abortions

Ordinance meant to protect pro-life women from facing discrimination is perceived as “embracing a culture of death” by Archbishop. The Archdiocese of St. Louis

Examining Trump’s Executive Order on Religious Exemptions

Trump signs an executive order granting exemptions for religious organizations. President Trump signed an executive order on Thursday that expands the freedom faith-based organizations

Proposed NV Bills Would Scrap Religious Exemption for Birth Control Coverage

Nevada could mandate that all health plans must include coverage for birth control. Lawmakers from the Democratic Party have proposed a mandate in Nevada.

Worries Mount over Walgreens' Relationship with Catholic Healthcare Providers

Worries Mount over Walgreens’ Relationship with Catholic Healthcare Providers

Groups led by the ACLU want assurance that the retail chain will not let religious doctrines limit its services. Catholics have traditionally been enemies

Knights of Columbus Urge Catholics Not to Vote for Pro-Abortion Candidates

Knights of Columbus remind Catholics that "abortion is murder." The powerful Catholic lay fraternity, the Knights of Columbus have given a cry to Catholics

Philippines’ Reproductive Health Law Confirmed By Supreme Court

On April 8, the Philippines Supreme Court upheld a reproductive health law that has been at the center of a wide debate and major

Hobby Lobby Arguments Against Birth Control Coverage in Obamacare Start in Supreme Court

On Tuesday, March 24, the United States Supreme Court began hearing arguments (both for and against) that relate the newly introduced Affordable Care Act