Nadler: Catholic Church ‘cannot impose their religious views’ on employees

I actually wrote this a couple of years ago, but I think it’s timely now…

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For starters, this is not just a “Catholic” issue. It’s an “Everybody” issue. But before I get to that, let’s say, just for the sake of argument, that it is a Catholic Church issue. 

In stating that the Church ‘cannot impose their religious views’ on employees, Rep. Nadler has reversed reality. 

The Church (and it’s many sponsored affiliates and institutions) does not force anybody to come to work for them. People come to Catholic institutions seeking employment. Catholic institutions do not hire people based on their religious preferences (if any), and they do not require them to be Catholic. 

Let’s say you are interviewing someone for a job, and that person states that they will only take the job if you allow them to date your spouse. What would you think? You, hopefully, would end the interview immediately and go on to the next person in line.

Why? Because, you…

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