Catholic hospital in Racine WI to stop performing tubal ligations

RACINE — Starting in July, tubal ligation at Ascension All Saints in Racine will reportedly no longer be an option, according to multiple hospital employees.

The medical procedure — commonly known in the vernacular as getting one’s “tubes tied” — is a permanent form of birth control in which a woman’s Fallopian tubes are sealed off, preventing eggs from being fertilized.

An Ascension spokesperson would not confirm or deny the July date staff members in Racine provided — a date which five separate employees confirmed.

However, Caryn S. Kaufman, Ascension’s director of communications, sent the following statement: “As a matter of policy, Ascension abides by the ethical and religious directives for Catholic health care services and does not provide direct sterilizations.”

This is fantastic!  If I was in the area, I'd switch my whole family over today.

Planned Parenthood is throwing a fit.

Be bold, Catholic professionals!

3 comments:

  1. Why did a Catholic hospital ever do them at all?

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  2. If they were actually Catholic they would not have been doing them in the first place.

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  3. Glad to hear they finally came around, but the quality of care there is dodgy at times. My family heads to Milwaukee for all of their healthcare needs.

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