Which current Supreme Court justices are Catholic?
There has been a majority of Catholic justices on the Supreme Court since Alito joined in 2006. Sotomayor is the only Democratic nominee in that period who is Catholic. The other three -- Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer and Elena Kagan -- have been Jewish.
Who is the oldest current sitting Supreme Court justice?
Below are the political leanings and ages of the U.S. Supreme Court justices. Currently, the difference in their ages spans 34 years, from Justice Amy Barrett, who at 48 years of age is the youngest, to Justice Stephen Breyer, who at 82 years of age is the oldest:
Who is currently the oldest US Supreme Court justice?
Stephen Breyer (August 15, 1938 – Present) After the recent passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the oldest current Supreme Court justice is Stephen Breyer at 82 years of age. Breyer was appointed by President Bill Clinton back in the 90s and has served for over 25 years.
Who is Jewish on the Supreme Court?
Who are the Jewish US Supreme Court Justices? Ruth Bader Ginsburg may be the best-known Jewish Supreme Court justice, but she wasn’t the first — by a long shot. The first member of the tribe to sit on the bench, Louis Braindeis, was appointed to SCOTUS in 1916.