If men and women stopped having sex outside of relationships truly committed to protecting the lives of the babies they create, the demand for abortion would largely disappear.
Thomas More Society Attorneys Uphold Cathy Miller’s Right to Practice Christian Principles on the Job
California Court Delivers Victory for Cake Artist Targeted for Religious Discrimination
California’s Proposition 1 Guarantees More Than Late-Term Abortion
Proponents of Prop 1 claim that the amendment simply codifies existing abortion laws, but legal experts have stated that it does, in fact, change and expand the law.
Life Legal Sues to Block Enforcement of California Law that Favors Abortion Over Childbirth
“In California, the partisans of abortion are showing their true colors and openly privileging abortion over childbirth, especially for populations they want fewer of.”
Pelosi is at War with the Catholic Church
There is not a single Church teaching on women, marriage, the family or sexuality that Pelosi accepts.
Students Speak Out in Religious Discrimination Lawsuit Over San Diego Public School Vaccine Mandate
Stated simply, abortion is murder and the ends can never justify the means.
To Whom Do Children Belong?
Children are not mere creatures of the state.
Aztec Prayers Ousted from California Public Schools Curriculum
“Today is a day of relief.”
United States Supreme Court to Consider Request to Stop San Diego Public Schools’ Covid Vaccination Mandate
“San Diego Unified School District exempts tens of thousands of this student’s classmates (and many of her teachers) from the same mandate for secular reasons.”
San Diego Public School Student’s Religious Rights Case Appealed to Ninth Circuit
Thomas More Society attorneys filed an emergency appeal with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in a religious rights lawsuit filed on behalf of the family of a Scripps Ranch High School student-athlete against the San Diego Unified School District over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
San Diego Public Schools Sued Over Religious Objections to Student Vaccine Mandate
“The Supreme Court made crystal clear in its six emergency COVID-19 orders issued late last year and early this year that governments cannot justify burdens on the free exercise of religion through appeals to an ‘emergency’,”
Life Legal Defends Pro-Life Speech Against Newsom Power Grab
“While SB 742 started out as a bill to restrict protests concerning COVID vaccines, it was amended to cover every location where any type of vaccine is provided.”
Planned Parenthood Paying Indian Children to Take Offensive Sex Education Course
“Planned Parenthood has always known that getting kids involved in sex education programs is the best way to increase sales of its birth control products and, eventually, increase its abortion business.”
Eisenhower Medical Center Unlawfully Denies Religious Exemptions
“Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits EMC from discriminating against its employees based on their sincerely held religious beliefs…”
Catholic League: Madness in the Schools
The new school year is off to a wild start.
“When it comes to abortion, Pelosi has allowed the will of the world to matter more than the laws of God.”
Californians for Equal Rights Foundation Asks Court for TRO to Pull Aztec Prayers from Public Schools
“Families entrust public schools with the education of their children” and “students in such institutions are impressionable and their attendance is involuntary.”
California’s New Abortion Protest Law – What Does It Do?
The law does not prohibit pro-lifers from recording their interactions with abortion clinic escorts or other pro-aborts for the purpose of preventing or demonstrating harassment or assault against pro-lifers.
Archbishop Cordileone calls abortion bill ‘child sacrifice,’ urges prayer and fasting
“This proposed legislation is nothing short of child sacrifice,” Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said in a Tuesday statement regarding the Women’s Health Protection Act (H.R. 3755).
Judicial Watch: Hearing Scheduled for Case Challenging California’s Gender Quotas for Corporate Boards
Lawsuit Argues California’s Quota for Women on Corporate Boards is Unconstitutional and Asks Court to Permanently Enjoin Any Expenditure of Taxpayer Funds on the Quota
PJI sues to halt City of Los Angeles from cheating employees out of religious accommodations
“Neither the City nor the LAPD implemented a procedure to submit or review religious accommodation requests before the deadline, leaving hundreds of LAPD employees with no choice but to submit religious accommodation requests without direction.”
Governor Newsom Must Veto Bill Slandering St. Serra
Some of the Spanish colonizers did mistreat the Indian women. But Serra not only objected, he took specific measures to stem the tide of abuse.
Pacific Justice Institute Sues Trader Joe’s for Anti-religious, Non-Accommodative Mandate
In July 2021, Trader Joe’s announced that store managers must take the COVID-19 vaccine, a striking contradiction to the grocery store’s distinctive focus on natural, organic, preservative-free products.
Archbishop Cordileone raises issue of excommunication for abortion advocates
Archbishop Cordileone draws a parallel between the abortion politics of today and the institutional racial discrimination that existed in the United States in the mid-20th century.