The U.S. bishops' conference and the Holy See face a class action lawsuit filed by six men who claim they were sexually abused by Catholic clergy during their childhoods. They are seeking financial damages as well as public contrition and
The following comes from a February 18 Catholic News Agency article: In a 2-1 decision delivered February 18, the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled against the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) in its challenge to the federal contraception mandate.
The following comes from a December 28 SF Chronicle article by Bob Egelko: A physicians group and a woman who was denied a tubal ligation at a Catholic hospital in Northern California on religious grounds filed suit Monday, saying the
The following comes from a December 23 Christian Newswire press release: The Thomas More Society has requested leave to file amicus briefs in two embryo custody battles. The national public interest law firm is interceding in the Missouri Court of
The following comes from a December 17 Los Angeles Daily News article: A judge will hear further arguments before deciding whether to dismiss a $250 million lawsuit alleging the Archdiocese of Los Angeles broke deals under which a funeral home
The following comes from a December 16 Mercury News article by Tracey Kaplan: By the time Will Lynch was ready in the mid-1990s to report he'd been sexually abused as a child by a priest on a camping trip, there was nothing
The following comes from a December 7 Christian Newswire press release: ICU Mobile Riverside County, a mobile medical pregnancy clinic based in Wildomar, California, has filed a lawsuit against the California State Attorney General and other appropriate authorities saying the
The following comes from a December 2 LA Times article by Alene Tchekmedyian: A father has filed a lawsuit against a Catholic grade school in Glendale, claiming his teenage daughter was wrongfully expelled following false rumors of sexual misconduct. Roberto Pangilinan