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A physician’s assistant says she was fired by her Catholic employer after voicing moral objections to emergency contraception but she is being hailed as a hero by some for sticking by her beliefs.
Megan Kreft told the National Catholic Register she was fired from Providence Medical Group, a Catholic health organization, and has since filed a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights at the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.
LifeNews.com reported in a June 23 story that Kreft was alarmed to learn medical staff were providing services not approved by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, and she soon faced her own moral dilemma when a patient requested emergency contraception.
She was punished, then fired, she alleges, for objecting to other medical procedures such as assisted suicide.