Minnesota Catholic college lists Planned Parenthood among ‘hot links for health’
CWN - February 05, 2010
The health services office of a Catholic college in Minnesota has listed Planned Parenthood among its “hot links for health and medical information.” Also included on the College of St. Scholastica’s list of “hot links” are sites whose advice is incompatible with Catholic teaching on chastity.
Founded by Benedictine sisters in 1912, the Duluth-based college has 3,593 students, 2,769 of them undergraduates.
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