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Catholic Leaders Rip Obama on Contraception Coverage

Catholic Leaders Rip Obama on Contraception Coverage | Modern Atheism | Scoop.it
Catholic leaders are blasting the Obama administration's new decision to require religious organization's health plans to cover workers' contraceptives. Several priests railed against the... Politics News Summaries.
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US Catholic bishops prepare fight for religious exceptions over gay marriage, contraception

US Catholic bishops prepare fight for religious exceptions over gay marriage, contraception | Modern Atheism | Scoop.it

The mood among many U.S. Roman Catholic bishops was captured in a recent speech by Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia. His talk, called “Catholics in the Next America,” painted a bleak picture of a nation increasingly intolerant of Christianity.


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Girls Beaten and Raped? Or The Catholic Church? Who are the victims? RichardDawkins.net

Girls Beaten and Raped? Or The Catholic Church? Who are the victims? RichardDawkins.net | Modern Atheism | Scoop.it

14,000 daughters. Fourteen thousand women is a lot of victims of human trafficking.


In fact I’m wrong. I should write 14,000 females. Many of these 14,000 are girls, not yet women, girls often trafficked as sex workers -- a kind of 21st Century slavery. Many of these 14,000 victims are beaten, others raped. Many become pregnant, others contract HIV.
ACLU of Massachusetts v. Kathleen Sebelius, et al.

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Bishops gear up for fight with Obama

Bishops gear up for fight with Obama | Modern Atheism | Scoop.it

When the nation’s Catholic bishops gather for their annual fall meeting next week (Nov. 14-16) in Baltimore, the issue that will stand out in an otherwise small-bore internal agenda is their growing resolve to engage in politically charged battles over gay marriage and access to abortion and contraception.

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