“NEVER WORK FOR A CATHOLIC CHARITY. Or any religious organization.”
greyskieeyes on Nov 27, 2013 at 15:45:19
“That depends on the organization. I attend the largest Roman Catholic University in the nation and I would HAPPILY work for them when I graduate. They've covered birth control without co-pay since being required by state law to do so, prior to the inception of the ACA, and never once filed a lawsuit or argued a "religious objection". We have one of the most diverse staff in terms of ethnicity and religious beliefs (we do have a predominant amount of Jewish individuals who work in our law faculty though). The difference between my university and other Catholic organizations - we're not Jesuit, we're Vincentian - so the name of the game is different. I'm incredibly proud of my university; their stance on women and healthcare is one of several reasons I chose to attend.
I think it's important to realize that not all religious organizations object to or fully oppose modern medical care, including reproductive health. It's all about researching the organization, understanding the terms of an employment agreement and looking into the history of the organization from a legal standpoint.”
Aaron Cowan on Nov 27, 2013 at 13:49:32
“Yes, if you have a choice, I agree, but people take the jobs they can get. The organization she works for directly is not religious, but she is a sign language interpreter, and that organization receives the majority of its funding from Catholic Charities of AZ. So they do whatever the pope says, and even this pope won't back down on anti-contraception. ”
“Dems had the majority and passed legislation that will help every American. Republicans need to win then they can start any war they want. Its unfortunate americans see through your lies and misdirection.”