Marquette Law School lists Planned Parenthood among community service opportunities
Catholic World News - January 07, 2010
Marquette University Law School includes Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin on its list of community organizations with which students and faculty “may wish to connect … as a volunteer,” according to the university’s web site.
“From Marquette's mission perspective, leadership entails service,” the web site notes. “Milwaukee is blessed with a wealth of community organizations.”
Listed below are links to many different organizations which serve disadvantaged populations. These are general social service agencies and for the most part do not include direct legal services. Marquette has built a collaborative relationship with many of these organizations. As alumni, faculty, staff or students, you may wish to connect with one of these organizations as a volunteer, or as a resource for a client or someone you know, to find expertise on a particular social issue, or to learn more about the services available in your hometown.
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Posted by: williiam ronner -
Jan. 07, 2010 9:35 PM ET USA
Marquette has, as the head of its Theology Dept, Prof Dan Macquire(?). He is a dissenting Catholic, former Jesuit, who rejects Church teachings. So effective leading students towards Christ is he that his son converted to Islam. Marquette should clear the rubbish as should most Catholic Colleges. Only then can weask them to be Catholic.