On Sunday, some Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate said they'd favor the concept of a federal law requiring even Catholic hospitals to perform abortions.Read the rest here.
Now, the state's Catholic bishops are objecting.
Connecticut's Catholic bishops—including Bishop William Lori, who announced in March that he is leaving the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport to become archbishop of the Baltimore Archdiocese—have issued a statement expressing their dismay after all five Democratic candidates said during Sunday's "Face the State" debate that they would support legislation forcing Catholic hospitals to perform abortions.
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Connecticut: Democratic Politicians Support Federal Mandate Requiring Catholic Hospitals to Perform Abortions
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