"Notre Dame is cooperating with evil by supplying students with contraceptives in order to accomplish the so-called good of relieving the 'burden' of poor students, who can't afford to buy contraceptives.
Alumni of Notre Dame are strongly objecting to the decision by Notre Dame's president, Fr. John Jenkins, of purchasing contraceptives for students through the university's insurance policy. They identify such an act as cooperating in the sin of contraception. Father Jenkins says he's providing contraceptives for students who are 'burdened' with relying on the university's health insurance and who are using birth control...
Father Jenkins says he's personally opposed to the practice of contraception but yet supplies students with contraceptives so they can commit that grave sin. Faithful Catholics see his level of participation in the sin of contraception analogous to giving a suicidal person a loaded gun or a drug addict a syringe full of heroin."
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