A recent article in Catholic News Service noted that when the new Supreme Court term begins in November, it will once again be examining religious liberty cases—starting with a case about a Catholic social services agency being excluded from Philadelphia’s foster care system. As a widely sought after expert in religious liberty, Catholic Law Professor Mark Rienzi gave his thoughts on the Supreme Court's recent religion-related decisions.
Catholic News Service
By: Carol Zimmerman
Date: August 31, 2020
In new term, Supreme Court once again takes up religious liberty
“All of the court’s religion-related decisions harmonized around the principle that, despite all our honest and deep-seated disagreements about important questions, robust protection for religious dissenters is essential to our living together in a pluralistic society,” said Mark Rienzi, president of Becket, a religious liberty law firm, and law professor at The Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law.
For Professor Rienzi’s full comments, click here.