We wanted assure that we would be able to provide assurances that Holy Redeemer would continue to fully comply with ethical and religious directives -- and all the Catholic entities of our new organization would.Two thoughts:
- How many of our nation's hospitals are Catholic? How often do they influence non-religious hospitals to stop performing abortions because of mergers?
- What is the difference, if any, between getting social/legal exemptions because of your religious beliefs and getting exemptions because of your personal (but secular) beliefs? I know you can be a secular conscientious objector, but does the same mentality apply for issues besides war?