Why a Catholic hospital shouldn’t be obliged to do a tubal ligation

LATimes, 18 January 2016
Author: Charles C. Camosy
“Mercy Hospital in Redding — citing its commitment to church teaching — has refused to tie the tubes of one of their patients after a C-section delivery. A Superior Court judge in San Francisco has said the hospital can make that choice, but the ACLU is suing on behalf of the patient. This debate hinges on a central question in medical ethics: What is healthcare?”
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