The abortion providers do not have third-party standing to assert the constitutional rights of their patients.
Fr. Pavone: Kentucky judge’s decision on life-saving laws should be an easy one
Abortion advocates cited constitutional provisions of ‘privacy’ and ‘self-determination’. But such rights, valid in and of themselves, are quite different from the freedom to end another life.
McConnell Supports Strengthening NATO and Honors Forces Deploying from Kentucky
“Finland and Sweden would make NATO even stronger than it stands today.”
Mitch McConnell: It’s Time to Get Serious About Crime
Liberals argue that their soft-on-crime attitudes come from a place of compassion. But it’s not compassionate to let vulnerable children grow up in danger.
Supreme Court opinion in Kentucky case is a victory for the rule of law
At issue in the case was whether the Kentucky attorney general has standing to defend a state law restricting abortion after another state official declined to do so.
Louisville Pays $75,000 to Wronged Police Officer Suspended for Off-Duty Prayer
“The unfair discipline revealed undeniably content-based discrimination against Officer Schrenger’s personal pro-life views and violated his First Amendment rights.”
USCCB President and Committee Chairman Call for Prayers, Hope, and Assistance Following Deadly Tornadoes in the South and Midwest
“Catholics and all people of good will may help our brothers and sisters in their recovery by supporting the work of Catholic Charities USA.”
Kentucky Bishop Asks for Prayers, Financial Support Following Fatal Tornadoes
Bishop William Medley of the Diocese of Owensboro is asking for prayers following a series of fatal storms and tornadoes, which passed through several states. At least 70 people were killed in the Bluegrass State.
Louisville Police Officer Sues Department and City for Violating Civil and Constitutional Rights
A Louisville Metro Police Department Officer is being persecuted for off-duty prayer at abortion clinic.
Passionist Nuns of St. Joseph Monastery Celebrate 75 Years
A tribute to the Passionist Nuns of St. Joseph Monastery in Whitesville, Kentucky, Diocese of Owensboro.
Ancient Americans made art deep within the dark zones of caves throughout the Southeast
“Ancient cave art has long been one of the most compelling of all artifacts from the human past, fascinating both to scientists and to the public at large.”
Former Governor Denied Kim Davis’ Religious Freedom
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Unvaccinated clergy in Lexington, Kentucky barred from ministering to the sick and homebound elderly
Video footage of the announcement at Saturday’s Mass touched off a heated debate on social media.
Mitch McConnell Reflects on the 20th Anniversary of the September 11th Attacks
“Twenty years later, terrorists still wish us harm. Determination and vigilance are still our duty.”
The Fight for Churches That Began One Year Ago
“In total, Liberty Counsel has gone to the U.S. Supreme Court five times since May 2020 on behalf of churches.”
Kentucky Catholic Conference praises school choice law
The Kentucky Education Association opposes the bill, and the state’s education commissioner has also asked Beshear to veto the legislation.