Foster families provide life-saving care for thousands of children each year. These families, in turn, are served by various agencies, both religious and secular, which equip, support, and empower them to care for children. Unfortunately, the City of Philadelphia told longtime foster parents that they could no longer work with Catholic Social Services — because the City doesn’t like its Catholic beliefs about marriage. Now, the Supreme Court will decide the fate of this adoption agency and determine whether these families can continue to serve children in need. Join us for an expert panel featuring a foster care policy expert, a foster and adoptive mother supported by a faith-affirming agency, and the lawyer from the religious liberty law firm Becket who argued on behalf of the families at the Supreme Court.

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