Thomas More Society – In the News – November 2017

High School Pro-Life Club Success in Pennsylvania:

  • A settlement was reached in a lawsuit that the Thomas More

    Elizabeth Castro with Trojans for Life club at Parkland High School in Allentown, PA

    Society filed on behalf of students of a pro-life club at Parkland High School in Allentown. The district superintendent told the Morning Call, “They’re going to be afforded same opportunities and rights that all other groups there have.”

  • Special Counsel Joan Mannix told Lehigh Valley Live, “We are pleased that the Parkland School Board has seen fit to recognize the rights of these young women.”

Free Speech and Free Nativity Scenes for Christmas:

  • The Thomas More Society is encouraging people throughout the country to keep the real meaning of Christmas at the forefront this year with nativity scenes on public property. One News Now reports that anyone can get a nativity scene for free.
  • Tom Brejcha, President and Chief Counsel of the Thomas More Society, told World Net Daily that the Christmas “message of the essential equality of all human beings, no matter how rich or poor, humble or high-stationed, resonates deeply with the values that Americans cherish.”

Defending parents’ rights in Minnesota:

  • KTOE Radio reports that  Thomas More Society Special Counsel Erick Kaardal is representing Non-Native American parents in a lawsuit because “the state has violated the federal Indian Child Welfare Act by not getting the consent of both parents before transferring child custody matters to a tribal tribunal.”