Neutrality can only happen if the Catholic Judges recuse themselves from the Mississippi challenge to Roe. For separation of church and state, Catholic judges who took pledges to overturn Roe Vs. Wade to the federalist society must step back.
It is an excellent stand of any judge to take when a conflict of interest arises.
Trump let the Federalist Society choose his candidates based on the pledge to eliminate Women’s autonomy and the right to abortion. He even, while campaigning, declared punishing women for having an abortion is correct. Nationwide mourning of Ruth Bader Ginsburg was occurring while Trump-appointed Justice Amy Barrett was attending the super spreader appointment event on the White House lawn, unaware he had tested positive for Covid. This action contradicts his Right to Life stance. He did not give his guests freedom to choose to attend with the knowledge of his contagion. He is only concerned with his right to life, not others.
Now is the time for Judges to show their loyalty to the Constitution, which upholds the right to separation of church and state.
The Establishment Clause (Separation of Church and State) The first clause in the Bill of Rights states that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.”
Roe Vs. Wade made a clear separation fifty years ago.
My long-time Catholic friend who taught Catechism recently told me, “The GOP is using these Catholic Justices for their political purposes. They know it will be hard to uphold the law against their faith. The conflicted Justices should beat them at their own game by doing what’s right when they have a conflict of interest—and recuse themselves. Let the Justices who can remain impartial —and have no conflicts decide; otherwise, they are digging the corruption hole even deeper.”