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The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

Religion Law

1997

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What’S Next After Separationism?, John H. Garvey Jan 1997

What’S Next After Separationism?, John H. Garvey

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Professor Carl Esbeck argues in his article' that the traditional theory of separationism is giving way to a theory of equality (or more accurately, protection for religious choice). The argument is very astute, and I agree with much of it. I will give my own perspective on the same two points.


The Real Reason For Religious Freedom, John H. Garvey Jan 1997

The Real Reason For Religious Freedom, John H. Garvey

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No abstract provided.


The Architecture Of The Establishment Clause, John H. Garvey Jan 1997

The Architecture Of The Establishment Clause, John H. Garvey

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No abstract provided.


On Doing Justice And Walking Humbly With God: Catholic Social Thought On Law As A Tool For Achieving Justice, Lucia A. Silecchia Jan 1997

On Doing Justice And Walking Humbly With God: Catholic Social Thought On Law As A Tool For Achieving Justice, Lucia A. Silecchia

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The text of the 1996 “Mirror of Justice” lecture at the Catholic University of America, this article explores the potential - and the limitations - of law as a tool for achieving justice. Drawing heavily on principles of Catholic social thought, it also considers the various ways in which “justice” may be defined.


Religious Freedom In The Courts: The 1996–1997 Term Of The United States Supreme Court, Robert A. Destro Jan 1997

Religious Freedom In The Courts: The 1996–1997 Term Of The United States Supreme Court, Robert A. Destro

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No abstract provided.