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Cisco well a mandate in the new health care law has -- North Carolina Catholic college suing the federal government.
Belmont Abbey College claims a portion that would require the school to provide pre contraceptive to.
Contraceptives or pay a fine violates the school's religious beliefs Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson junior is following this story good morning -- -- -- do they have a right to sue here.
I say men to Belmont abbey which is -- a school set up by the benedictine monks down in North Carolina they're saying we should not have a mandate.
On -- a Catholic institution to finance contraception.
Abortion because it goes squarely.
Against the Canon's.
And -- principles of the Roman Catholic church and that we should be not not be forced by a government.
To pay for those things in direct contravention of our religion and then be fine.
And be punished.
For the practice of our religion.
In not affording those things to our employees and students -- -- church and state issue here but today it will they win this case of its -- for a court of law -- I think that this is a a superbly is situated.
Politically it's an attack on on obamacare but more than that.
It's a case for religious liberty in this country.
NCC a lot of faith based groups a lot of Christian groups.
The US conference of Catholic bishops the archbishop of Philadelphia the archbishop of New York speaking out and saying.
Is essential to our nation's future.
So if you say to a Catholic college or university or some other totally distinctly Catholic or Christian university.
That you need to do this and you need to do this interrogation.
Of their faith.
That's an American that's unconstitutional.
And it and forgive my ignorance on this -- -- -- -- -- could be adverse the universities that are Catholic university have the same sort of exemptions that a church does.
-- yes it does this is this is not an institution.
That it did accepts.
Of federal dollars and in fact they subscribe.
To the Roman Catholic principles by which.
A Catholic education.
Should go forward some Catholic institutions -- kind of secular in in that regard.
This institution will accept students of all all faiths but -- saying.
We went when you come to our university and what our employees are here.
We're not gonna finance abortion we're not gonna -- -- deception where -- finance federalization.
Because we find to be inconsistent.
And violent of of our religion and -- government the federal government don't order us.
-- -- -- -- And then don't Texas in order the course is to change.
Our religion it's an interest in case after I think it has a great great chance of success unbelievable story Peter Johnson junior thanks for bringing literacy initiative thanks so much.
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