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President Donald Trump with Amy Coney Barrett and her family, just prior to Barrett being announced as the nominee, September 26, 2020. Wiki

COLUMN: The Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings are set to begin Oct. 12 with the Supreme Court Nominee’s opening statements then two days of questioning.

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer, EWTN News, Oct. 12, 2020

Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Andrea Picciotti-Bayer is a legal analyst for EWTN News and the director of the Conscience Project, an organization advancing conscience rights through public education and amicus support in key religious-freedom cases.


Andrea Picciotti-BayerPresident Trump’s nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to become an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court has energized countless women across the country. They look at her achievements – balancing a professional career with raising several children – and, because, many of women are working mothers, they identify with her. (A couple of years ago they might have exclaimed “Me too!”, but that phrase has understandably gone out of fashion.) But, as we celebrate that “one of our own” is likely to ascend to a place on our nation’s highest court, it’s also important that we humbly admit that Barrett is – frankly – exceptional.  …