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Marie Marquardt on Rural Georgia Immigrant Detention Center

During the CSLR-hosted Religion Newswriters Association Pre-Conference on September 18, Marie Marquardt told journalists from around the country about the Stewart Detention Center in rural Georgia and the work of a faith-based organization called El Refugio Ministry to bring hope to detainees.... Read More

Rafael Domingo on CNN: the canonization of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II

CSLR Senior Fellow Rafael Domingo discusses on CNN the canonization of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II: Read More

CSLR Student Baker’s Article on Religious Arbitration Quoted by Florida Appellate Court

In Spivey v. Teen Challenge of Florida, the District Court of Appeal of Florida held that a representative in a wrongful death action could be ordered to submit to religious arbitration due to an arbitration agreement between the deceased and the defendant. The court also rejected the argument... Read More

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