CRECHE CASE MOVES FORWARD
Catalyst March Issue 2006
The U.S. Court of Appeals recently ruled that the New York City public schools are allowed to ban nativity scenes during Christmas while simultaneously allowing the display of menorahs. The Catholic League arranged for a plaintiff in this case, Andrea Skoros and her children, and the Thomas More Law Center supplied the lawyers. Bill Donohue said that he wasn’t unhappy because it has been his goal all along to have the U.S. Supreme Court make the final—and we expect favorable—decision on this issue. The case is surely going to reach them eventually.