An ongoing battle over the takeover of Denver hospitals by Catholic institutions threatens total loss of hospital-based reproductive health care. A Federal Trade Commission ruling offers the last chance to separate health care from ideology.
has joined several other states in its quest for same-sex marriage. The DC
Council voted 11 to 2 in favor of same-sex marriage on December 1st. According
to DC Law, they must vote a second time on December 15th and then the bill goes
to Capitol Hill for Congressional review. Congress then has 30 days
to vote on it, or it becomes law by default.
According to the Washington Post, the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, DC is threatening to withdraw all social services from the District of Columbia (DC) if the city does not change it’s proposed same-sex marriage law.
My employer, Belmont Abbey College, removed birth control coverage from our health plan. This is a gender discrimination, not a religious issue. Men’s health is covered but not women’s.
It looks like all the recent outrage directed at Crisis Pregnancy
Centers—and their underlying anti-choice ideology—is finally paying off.
Before Anglicans can cash-in the Vatican’s new express pass to convert to Catholicism the two faiths must bridge one of the biggest schisms between them: birth control.
To me, NFP seems, like annulment, to be a loophole created when the Catholic Church recognized that even its very faithful could not possibly live according to every aspect of the Church’s vision.
Cardinal Rigali manipulates Catholic morality to bring it perfectly in line with Republican policy, though it doesn’t reflect the “Catholic” line on war, poverty, and health care. But listen: those issues are just not that important.
The recent trend of refusing Communion to pro-choice politicians is a prime example of how flawed leadership is weakening the Catholic Church.
There’s a lot to laugh about in the Catholic sex prayer, but there’s also something serious here.