Thursday, January 5, 2012

1,250,000 Reasons Fordham University's Andrew Chapin Is Wrong

In 2006, Planned Parenthood did 289,750 abortions; in 2007, it did 305,310; in 2009, it did 331,796; and, in 2010, it did 329,445--a small decrease from the previous year.
Link (here) to CNS

An email obtained by the Cardinal Newman Society shows that Fordham University Law School’s Public Interest Resource Center circulated an email advertising a job opening at the Center for Reproductive Rights, a militant abortion-rights organization which has battled against sonogram laws, secured government funding for abortion, and advances its mission of ensuring abortion is “a fundamental right that all governments are legally obligated to protect, respect and fulfill.” The email, which seems to have been circulated by Andrew  Chapin, Director of Counseling and Public Interest Scholars, was forwarded to the Cardinal Newman Society from a disturbed alumnus. “It’s horrible, scandalous, and typical of Fordham Law school,” said William D. Broderick who graduated from Fordham Law in 1995 and practices law in New York City.
Read the original Cardinal Newman Society report (here)


Maria said...

Catholic law school has ‘pro-choice’ student organization that provides escorts for Planned Parenthood

The law school of one of the nation’s leading Jesuit universities has a student organization that advocates for legalized abortion. Law Students for Reproductive Justice-- one of the FORDHAM UNIVERSITY School of Law’s 35 student organizations-- believes that “every person, regardless of gender, race, class, or ethnicity, has the right to choose whether or not to have sex, use contraception, or have a child. Our projects include brownbags with reproductive rights activists, an ongoing escort program in partnership with Planned Parenthood of New York City, a research partnership with local pro-choice legal organizations, and internship opportunities.”

The 'right to life march' will take place again,this year, and again, America Magazine will feed us videos intended to convince us that they are "pro-life". I guess the Society thinks we can't read.

Maria said...

Faculty union: Jesuit University of San Francisco "not a Catholic school"

"Neaman said the Blue Cross PPO has included abortion and contraception for many years: “It probably goes back 20 years,” and the university just noticed it when it was brought to their attention by journalists, he said.

Neaman said the Catholic Church’s opposition to abortion is irrelevant because USF is not legally a Catholic university. "A long time ago, to get federal funding, the Jesuits divested themselves of the university so it is basically run by the board of trustees. They cannot apply for an exemption as a Catholic university because they could lose federal funding because of that," he said.