That's it. Right there. And yet, the U.S. is filled with Catholic-run hospitals, which concerns me greatly. (But I think some get around the issue by having a separate, connected-but-not-quite-connected facility that offers some of these "forbidden" services).
Originally Posted by wavycurly40+
Yes but you have the option not to go to a catholic hospital.
Originally Posted by Josephine
Not necessarily. In some places the Catholic hospital is the biggest around and takes over all the smaller, local hospitals, so there's no other option for several miles.
Originally Posted by legends
yes, even though there are other hospitals, a hospital is not a can be very hard to walk out of one and just go to another. Especially if you are there for an emergency. This is a super tricky issue because of the nature of hospitals....I remember hearing stories about women who had been raped being denied Plan B at faith-based hospitals. Churches have the right to run hospitals and schools without interferance from the government, but individuals also the have the right to not have their care dicated by someone else's religion. I'm not really sure what the answer is, or if I'm comfortable *forcing* Catholic hospitals to do certain procedures. Maybe an easier way of getting patients who need those procedures to hospitals that do provide them, without any judgement or interference.

4a?? Maybe 3c...some 4b??? No clue

tiny s-waves, coils, and spirals

- Cleanser: CJ Daily Fix or KC Come Clean
- Co-wash: Suave Naturals or V05
- RO: GVP Conditioning Balm or Tresemme Naturals
-Stylers: Garnier Pure Clean Gel, CJ Aloe Fix, KCCC

"I remember your childhood hair....flowin' wild at the county fair" - kelley stoltz

"and all the hours that you've been sitting at your vanity....may they carry you far from your misery" - conor oberst