During a Jan. 25, 2019, interview with Catholic News Service, lawyer Thomas Brejcha, chief counsel of the pro-life Thomas More Society, discussed the current legal landscape surrounding abortion, how current court and legislative battles fit into that landscape, and his hopes for the pro-life movement going forward.
Pro-lifers urged to be aggressive, fight abortion on ‘many fronts’
Amid shouts of protesters in gallery, Senate votes to confirm Kavanaugh
Judge Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as the newest justice on the U.S. Supreme Court by Chief Justice John Roberts, with a ceremonial swearing-in by President Donald Trump taking place late Oct. 8 in the East Room at the White House.
Social justice Catholic group’s letter objects to Kavanaugh nomination
A Sept. 4 letter signed by more than 1,500 Catholic nuns, priests and other church leaders from around the country addressed to U.S. senators voiced concerns about Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, a fellow Catholic, as he faced confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill in early September that may result in a seat for him on the Supreme Court of the United States.