Catholic Church's role in care at Ariz. hospital hotly debated
Several national observers questioned whether Bishop Thomas Olmsted, who oversees matters concerning the Catholic Church in the Phoenix diocese, should be allowed to impose upon a hospital's potentially life-saving medical practices. The issue stems from the hospital's decision last fall to terminate a pregnancy that posed serious health risks to the mother.
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