Legal Representative ‘Very Hopeful’ on Oklahoma Catholic School Court Case

After presenting an oral argument to the Oklahoma Supreme Court, a legal representative for the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board is “very hopeful” that they will prevail in the lawsuit brought against them by the state attorney general, which would allow St. Isidore of Seville Catholic Virtual School to open in August.

Home Run Champion Hank Aaron Conquered Racism to Become An MLB Legend

When Hank Aaron stepped into the batter’s box in the bottom of the 4th inning in a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 8, 1974, the capacity crowd in Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium rose to their feet, anticipating he would break Babe Ruth’s career home run record. Sure enough, on the second pitch of the at-bat Aaron drove a fastball over the fence in left-center field. The stadium erupted. A couple of fans ran onto the field to congratulate Aaron while he rounded the bases. His Atlanta Braves teammates mobbed him at home plate. Soon after, he embraced his parents on the field, as adulation from the fans continued. 

U.S. Bishops Write in Support of Senate Religious Freedom Resolution

In a letter to multiple U.S. senators, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on International Justice and Peace chairman expressed his support for a resolution that recognizes religious freedom as a fundamental right and supports it as a cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy.

Haiti Bishops Condemn Homicides, Witch-Hunts, Other Acts of Violence

Amid a period of turmoil and uncertainty, the Catholic bishops of Haiti are calling for an end to “all acts aimed at reducing Haiti to rubble and ashes,” and for renewed support from the international community to help foster peace and reconciliation.

Archbishop: Crisis in Haiti is ‘Complicated’ and ‘Very Delicate’

In response to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ deploying hundreds of additional officers and soldiers to the state’s southern coast to “protect” against Haitian migrants, Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami says “Haitians are not an ‘invasive species,’ and shouldn’t be treated as such.”