Maryland Catholic college lists Planned Parenthood among ‘family and children services’
Catholic World News - January 12, 2010
Classifying Planned Parenthood among “family and children services,” the College of Notre Dame of Maryland lists Planned Parenthood among the “research opportunities that are available, or have been available in the past, to students studying Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics/Engineering or Nursing.”
Founded in 1873 by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, the College of Notre Dame of Maryland has 2,935 students, 1,338 of them undergraduates.
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