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On May 26, they will process from St. Patrick's Cathedral through Manhattan to the Brooklyn Bridge for Benediction before continuing into the Diocese of Brooklyn.

By: Our Sunday Visitor

Final regulations for the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in April, grant workers protections for pregnancy-related medical conditions but also for abortion.

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Our Sunday Visitor

The diocese, alongside other religious groups, challenged the regulation, arguing its exemption for religious employers was too narrow and could force some employers to violate their religious beliefs.

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Our Sunday Visitor

The court rejected the lawsuit by the Diocese of Albany and other religious groups, heard on April 16, in a unanimous decision.

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Steven Schwankert

The groups named in the lawsuit preemptively sued New York Attorney General Letitia James on April 30, arguing her threatened suit violated their rights under the First and Fourteenth Amendments.

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Our Sunday Visitor

"Our committee believes that reparation must be made to God before we can seek justice for the pre-born child and compassion for distressed expectant mothers in New York," stated Father Arthur F. Rojas.

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