Boston Catholic health-care agency questioned on abortion coverage
June 05, 2009
Caritas Christi, the health-care agency affiliated with the Archdiocese of Boston, is a major player in a new agency that has won a government contract to provide health-care coverage for the poor. The contract requires the agency to provide a full range of approved services, including coverage for abortion, contraception, and sterilization. CWN editor Phil Lawler asks how Caritas Christi can justify involvement in this business-- a question the Boston archdiocese has not yet answered.
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