I hate how articles like this uncritically throw lines like this in, "Alito, a Roman Catholic, has been perhaps the court’s most ardent advocate of religious rights, at times casting believers as aggrieved for abiding by their faith." In particular, "has been perhaps the court’s most ardent advocate of religious rights." Unless I've missed something very few of his decisions have looked very far beyond his personal religion in order to be informed. It seems he often says the word "religious" in a way that confuses people into thinking he's talking about religion in general, but he exclusively means his personal religious viewpoint, which in some very prominent cases are not consistent with respecting a multitude of faiths.
We come here in search of a place to express our thoughts outside of the direct control and surveillance of unaccountable, mega-corporations. There is no common theme that binds us other than these being the bonds we've chosen rather than those that have been chosen for us.