Learning Goal: I’m working on a writing project and need support to help me learn.TOPIC: ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH VS. CUOMOLINKS: https://www.oyez.org/cases/2020/20A87https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/20pdf/20a87_…https://www.scotusblog.com/case-files/cases/roman-…Your final paper must be at least 750 words, though not more than 1,000 words. This is approximately three-four pages of writing, double spaced. Serious points will be deducted if you vary from these parameters by more than 10%.Sources (minimum of 3). You can use any citation or reference style you like, as long as you are consistent. Following the essay, list the references that you used. DO NOT SIMPLY LIST URLS. Write out the citation clearly, so that someone else could find your source. (Note: web links sometimes disappear over time!)These references do not have to be from peer-reviewed, academic sources (as may be required in other classes), but these references should be the most definitive, reliable sources of information that you can find about your particular incident. You are free to cite newspaper or online news articles if they are from reputable media outlets.These references do not count towards the total word count of the essay. Within your paper, you must address the following points:1. Explain the event, including who, what, where, and when2. Describe how freedom of speech/expression or freedom of the press apply3. Explain how freedom of speech/expression or freedom of the press is weighed with governmentinterests. If choosing an example from another country, how does this country regulate freedom expression differently than the US?4. Pay attention to good writing, including grammar, spelling, punctuation, organization, brevity and details.