U.S. Supreme Court Protects Little Sisters of the Poor

The Becked Fund for Religious Liberty

Washington, D.C. –  Today the Little Sisters of the Poor received an injunction from the Supreme Court protecting them from the controversial HHS mandate while their case is before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.  The injunction means that the Little Sisters will not be forced to sign and deliver the controversial government forms authorizing and instructing their benefits administrator to provide contraceptives, sterilization, and drugs and devices that may cause early abortions (see video). The Court’s order also provides protection to more than 400 other Catholic organizations that receive health benefits through the same Catholic benefits provider, Christian Brothers.

“We are delighted that the Supreme Court has issued this order protecting the Little Sisters,” said Mark Rienzi, Senior Counsel for the Becket Fund.  “The government has lots of ways to deliver contraceptives to people–it doesn’t need to force nuns to participate.”…



Read the rest of the press release at The Becket Fund.



Update:  Hobby Lobby made an AWESOME Video about ObamaCare and Religious Freedom 

Hobby Lobby’s Mandi Broadfoot outlines what’s at stake in the upcoming Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby United States Supreme Court case.



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