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#LetThemServe! Support the Little Sisters of the Poor on March 23

Posted by John Jansen (March 17, 2016 at 4:14 pm)

little sisters of the poorPepsi is exempt from Obamacare’s HHS Mandate. So are other large corporations, including Exxon and Chevron.

But not the Little Sisters of the Poor. Their consciences notwithstanding, they’re still required to comply with the mandate’s requirement to provide contraception, sterilization, and abortion-inducing drugs to their employees.

In a pathetic attempt to extend an olive branch, the Obama Administration offered the Little Sisters an “accommodation” under which they could fill out a form noting their objection, which would then shift the coverage obligation to their insurance companies.

But this accommodation is a sham, because it still requires religious non-profits like the Little Sisters of the Poor to cooperate in a process that results in coverage of morally objectionable drugs and devices for their employee health plans. So the Little Sisters filed suit against the federal government, and their case will be heard at the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday, March 23.

Prayer Vigils at Both Chicago Area Little Sisters’ Homes

On this date—four years to the day after the first series of nationwide Stand Up for Religious Freedom rallies spearheaded in opposition to the HHS Mandate—the Chicago-based Pro-Life Action League is co-sponsoring prayer vigils outside both of the Little Sisters’ facilities in the Chicago area while oral arguments are being heard in our nation’s capital.

The League invites you to join in prayer for the Little Sisters’ attorneys arguing before the Supreme Court, and for the justices hearing the case on Wednesday, March 23 at 9:00 a.m. Central Time at one of two locations:

  • Chicago: St. Mary’s Home, 2325 N. Lakewood Avenue map
  • Palatine: St. Joseph’s Home, 80 W. Northwest Highway map

#LetThemServe Rally in Washington, DC

Additionally, the Women Speak for Themselves coalition is also sponsoring a major rally in front of the Supreme Court itself while the case is being argued.  If you’ll be in Washington, DC on March 23, you won’t want to miss it!

Details are available here.

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One Response to “#LetThemServe! Support the Little Sisters of the Poor on March 23”

  1. Scott Levison says:

    “Morally objectionable drugs.”

    Do you consider medicinal marijuana to be objectionable?

    To Steve Hall…thanks for providing the link on your page.

    March 18th, 2016 at 12:14 am