Sebelius at Georgetown Commencement

Ellen Staniszewski
May 18th, 20012 was a gloriously sunny day for commencement ceremonies for thousands of undergraduates and graduates at Georgetown University, some held outside.   Regrettably, many of the students will have to mix their joyful memories of graduation with conflicted memories of a defendable protest against the HHS Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, speaking to the Georgetown University Public Policy graduates. Bestowing honor on Kathleen Sebelius by inviting her to speak at commencement angered more than 26,000 people that took the time to sign the on-line petition to stop her from speaking.   The Catholic bishops have spoken out against the HHS Mandate to force Catholic schools, hospitals and other charities to cover contraceptives, sterilizations, and abortifacients through their insurance against the moral beliefs of the church. On the sidewalks in front of the university, graduates and families of graduates were angrily yelling back comments to the protestors: "You...(Read Full Post)

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