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Mayor Signs Coercive Bills Damaging Religious Freedom of D.C. Catholic Schools, Colleges
Mayor Signs Coercive Bills Damaging Religious Freedom of D.C. Catholic Schools, Colleges
1/27/2015 || District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser has signed into law two bills that will severely damage the religious freedom of Catholic educational institutions and organizations in the nation’s capital.

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Marquette Prof. McAdams Still Banned, but Gets Support from Surprising Corner
 
Marquette Prof. McAdams Still Banned, but Gets Support from Surprising Corner
1/27/2015 || In an ironic twist, Marquette professor Dr. Daniel Maguire has reportedly sent a letter to the University defending Dr. John McAdams following Marquette’s sudden action banning McAdams from campus.

University of Mary Lecture Series to Provide Ethical ‘Insight on Timely Issues’
 
University of Mary Lecture Series to Provide Ethical ‘Insight on Timely Issues’
1/27/2015 || The School of Health Sciences at the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D., will host Dr. Nikolas Nikas for a bioethics lecture series from Jan. 27-28, the University recently announced.

New Preschools in San Francisco Archdiocese Support Faith, Family, Says School Director
 
New Preschools in San Francisco Archdiocese Support Faith, Family, Says School Director
1/27/2015 || The Archdiocese of San Francisco has experienced strong growth in its Catholic preschools, according to Catholic San Francisco, resulting in increased spiritual outreach to parents and children.

Catholic View of Abortion, Morality off Limits at Many Catholic Universities
 
Catholic View of Abortion, Morality off Limits at Many Catholic Universities
1/27/2015 || The freedom to discuss topics such as abortion and sexual morality has been all but lost at many Catholic and Jesuit institutions of higher education, argues Father Robert Araujo, S.J. in a recent article at Mirror of Justice.

Photo Journal: Catholic College and High School Students at 2015 March for Life
 
Photo Journal: Catholic College and High School Students at 2015 March for Life
1/26/2015 || Catholic college and high school students from distant corners of the country gathered in Washington, D.C., last Thursday to join the hundreds of thousands of people marching in the 42nd annual March for Life.

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