Planned Parenthood clinic listed on Jesuit university’s student health services site
Catholic World News - January 05, 2010
The web site of the Student Health Services office at Loyola University New Orleans includes Planned Parenthood among its list of local clinics and offers a link to Planned Parenthood of Louisiana and the Misssippi Delta. The university’s web site also notes that students who have taken the sociology department’s capstone course (Sociology Internship/Practicum) “have interned at Planned Parenthood.”
Founded in 1912 by the Jesuit Fathers, Loyola University New Orleans has 4,474 students, 2,658 of whom are undergraduates.
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Posted by: adamah -
Jan. 05, 2010 2:26 PM ET USA
Sure seems a lot of these colleges and universities highlighted are Jesuit. I'd say that St. Ignatius is rolling over in his grave but he is experiencing the Beatific vision on heaven due to his faithfulness. Let us ask him to intercede for his spiritual descendents on account of their unfaithfulness.