“Conscientious Collaboration”: It’s a Thing

At The Huffington Post, Ronit Stahl writes on the history of conscientious collaboration and how it applies to the contraceptive mandate exemption case facing the Supreme Court. “Conscientious involvement in the healthcare system in accordance with federal regulations does not mean furnishing contraception; it means recognizing and allowing a larger structure that enables others, namely the government and third-party insurers, to supply contraception,” Stahl writes. “It is possible, in other words, to be associated with a system without directly contravening one’s faith.” Stahl is a postdoctoral fellow at the John C. Danforth Center on Religion & Politics, which publishes this journal.

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