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  1. Catholic educators fight against faith-based discrimination in court

    Catholic Vote — Two Catholic dioceses began their fight in the Oklahoma’s Supreme Court on Tuesday for the right to launch a faith-based online charter school.

  2. Oklahoma's pluralism problem

    City Journal — On October 18, the Oklahoma Statewide Virtual Charter School Board executed a contract with St. Isidore of Seville Catholic Virtual School, creating the nation’s first religious charter school. The board approved St. Isidore’s application earlier this year. Enforcing Oklahoma’s ban on religious charter schools, it concluded, would violate the First Amendment’s Free Exercise Clause.

  3. Undiscussed unanimity

    First Things  The latest installment of an ongoing interview series with contributing editor Mark Bauerlein. Richard W. Garnett joins the podcast to discuss his recent article “Refreshing Unity on Religious Liberty,” and Groff v. DeJoy.