E-Brief | Aug 4, 2014

Special Guide: Catholic Schools, Firing Policies and Teacher Misconduct

By: Christian Brugger

This publication is the first in a collaborative series between The Cardinal Newman Society and the Culture of Life Foundation on Catholic education policy from the perspective of theology, ethics and the moral law.

E-Brief | Jul 24, 2014

ObamaCare and Little Sisters of the Poor: Legal Implications of the Hobby Lobby Case

By: Margaret Datiles Watts

Last month, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Burwell v.

E-Brief | Jul 21, 2014

Hobby Lobby: What It Said and What It Didn’t Say About the Legality of Contraception

By: Margaret Datiles Watts

On June 30, the Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision in favor of religious freedom in the case of Burwell v.

E-Brief | Jul 17, 2014

"Private" Affairs And Private Institutions: Your Kids At Risk

By: Frank J. Moncher

With government’s growing efforts to create a new norm for human sexuality, it should not be surprising that those who engage in sexual activity outside of the bonds of traditional marriage are becoming increasingly bold in disclosing their lifestyles.  While the impact of some of these disclosures may be limited to immediate family, friends, and perhaps neighbors, others reach a great dea

E-Brief | Jun 19, 2014

The Psychological Effect of Sharia Law: The Broader Implications of Meriam Ibrahim’s Case

By: Frank J. Moncher

Most, by now, are familiar with Meriam Ibrahim.  Her case sparked international condemnation from world leaders after a Sudanese court ruled that the then heavily-pregnant woman would face the death penalty for