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USCCB General Counsel Files Amicus Brief in U.S. Supreme Court Case Challenging HHS Mandate

 

Supports Little Sisters of the Poor, Catholic dioceses, dozens of ministries now before Court

Brief focuses on harm to the common good if the freedom to serve is violated

 

Washington Misses Opportunity to Protect the Freedom to Serve

 

 

December 23, 2015

 

A statement by Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley: Walking in the path of the Good Samaritan

We cannot afford to be sloppy about security, but we must guard against letting the darkness of hatred and prejudice poison our own hearts.

Boston Pilot: Doctor-prescribed suicide back on Beacon Hill

11/6/2015, By Brian Fraga, Pilot Correspondent

It was just three years ago that Massachusetts voters narrowly defeated a ballot question that would have legalized physician-assisted suicide in the Bay State. "The vote was close, but the people did speak. The wishes of the majority of voters should continue to be respected by the Legislature," said James F. Driscoll, the executive director of the Massachusetts Catholic Conference.  For rest of article see Here

 

 

New Boston Post Article: Catholics organize to oppose assisted suicide measure

By Kara Bettis | November 3, 2015, 14:33 EST

BOSTON – After Massachusetts voters in 2012 rejected a measure (51 percent to 49 percent) that would have legalized doctor-prescribed suicide, the Archdiocese of Boston decided to ramp up efforts to promote compassionate end-of-life care as an alternative to suicide. In March 2015, the Initiative on Palliative Care and Advance Care Planning was born.

Echoes: The Justice Reinvestment Act

The Justice Reinvestment Act

Debbie Rambo

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