|Catholics Love, Hate, Want, Don't Want Health Care Reform: Pick One|
|Written by Sherry|
|Wednesday, 16 September 2009 12:26|
The US Today blog is hosting an interesting online discussion of the Catholic view of health care reform: Catholics Love, Hate, Want, Don't Want Health Care Reform. That pretty much covers the water front.
"Their Church has a big stake in this: The nations' 624 Catholic hospitals and 499 long term care nursing facilities comprise about 17% of the nation's hospital beds. And the Church has an unbroken record of centuries of health service to the poor."
The relatively short post manages to encompass responses from The American Life League, Cardinal Martino Renato, Kathy Saile of the US Bishop's Conference, Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City, Kan., and Robert Finn of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo, Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good, and St. Blog's own Peter Nixon.
So you might as well add your voice to the mix. Tell 'em what you think.