In Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru, the U.S. Supreme Court addresses important First Amendment questions. What exactly is the "ministerial exception"? Just how selective can church schools be when hiring, promoting, and firing religious educators? Should the government mettle in religious teachers’ employment disputes? "When a school with a religious mission entrusts a teacher with the responsibility of educating and forming students in the faith, judicial intervention into disputes between the school and the teacher threatens the school’s independence in a way that the First Amendment does not allow." - SCOTUS This episode of the Supreme Opinion Podcast is sponsored by Crushendo.
This episode of the Supreme Opinion Podcast features the U.S. Supreme Court's opinion in Espinoza v. Montana, a recent important SCOTUS case related to religious freedom, education and the Establishment Clause. The Supreme Opinion Podcast is sponsored by Crushendo.