Carol Zimmermann

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September 30, 2020
"His judicial philosophy is mine too: A judge must apply the law as written," she said
September 29, 2020
If Judge Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed to the Supreme Court, she will be the first Notre Dame Law School graduate to sit on the bench of the nation’s highest court and the only sitting justice with a law degree not from Harvard or Yale
September 24, 2020
Sister Norma Pimentel, a member of the Missionaries of Jesus and executive director of Catholic Charities Rio Grande Valley, was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People for 2020
June 30, 2020
In a 5-4 ruling June 30, the Supreme Court said the exclusion of religious schools in Montana's state scholarship aid program violated the federal Constitution.
June 01, 2020
A divided Supreme Court has chosen not to intervene in an emergency appeal by a church in Southern California to lift COVID-19 restrictions that limit congregation sizes
May 21, 2020
Catholic opponents of the death penalty have criticised the execution of a convicted murderer in Missouri, the first execution to happen during the pandemic
April 09, 2020
Thousands of baptisms and confirmations will have to be rescheduled
March 06, 2020
Schumer said Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh have "released the whirlwind" and "will pay the price"
January 08, 2020
CNN has reached an undisclosed settlement with Nick Sandmann, a Kentucky Catholic high school student who sued the cable news outlet for defamation over its coverage of an incident that occurred after last year’s March for Life. Sandmann, a junior last year who was at the centre of the viral video controversy, sought $275 million
March 14, 2019
The initial groans from the audience during a Saturday Night Live skit when comedian Pete Davidson likened people who “support the Catholic Church” to R Kelly fans were just a taste of the reaction this skit would receive from some Catholic officials. In the NBC show’s Weekend Update segment on March 9, Davidson’s link of
February 06, 2019
Two weeks after the much-talked about and interpreted incident that occurred between Catholic high school students, a Native American tribal leader and members of another protest group, lawyers for one of the students sent more than 50 letters to media outlets, individual journalists, celebrities and Catholic dioceses warning of possible legal action. The letters –
December 23, 2018
A Michigan priest criticised for emphasising suicide in his homily during a recent funeral for an 18-year-old who took his own life has since apologised. “As with any funeral, it was my intent to serve this family in their time of grief, but I fell well short of providing them the comfort they so desperately
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