Catholic Social Services (CSS) is a faith-based foster care agency that has served the City of Philadelphia for over 100 years. In March 2018, city officials targeted the agency over its religious beliefs about marriage, forcing the agency to either agree to certify same-sex couples as foster parents or end its foster care services. Since CSS would not agree to violate its religious beliefs by certifying same-sex foster parents, the city ended its partnership with CSS. As a result, dozens of CSS’s foster homes sit empty—even as the city faces an unprecedented foster care crisis. CSS filed a lawsuit alleging religious discrimination and, after losing at the federal district and appeals courts, recently asked the Supreme Court to hear the case. The Court will soon decide whether to grant or deny a hearing.