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LifeSite News continues to question CRS for hiring pro-abortion employees

Catholic World News - August 30, 2012

The LifeSite News service has criticized Catholic Relief Services (CRS) for hiring employees who engage in pro-abortion activism. That criticism has drawn a disclaimer from CRS, which issued an official statement that all the employers named by the LifeSite critique have “abided by Church teaching” while working for the Catholic agency.

Patrick Craine of LifeSite finds that argument unsatisfactory. He observes in a rebuttal column: “But doesn’t that miss the point? Do any of these employees actually believe Church teaching?”

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