"The Catholic Church clearly teaches that contraception is an immoral action that contradicts the truth of marital love."
The lawsuits aim to take away the exemption granted in October to the Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious employers allowing them to refuse to cover contraceptives for their employees on moral grounds.
The University of Notre Dame is reversing itself and now telling employees they will continue to receive no-cost birth control coverage.
Cardinal DiNardo lamented that after three months no steps have yet been taken to erase the HHS mandate since Trump's pledge ease the mandate.
A year after the Supreme Court returned their cases to lower courts, those fighting Obamacare's contraception requirement still do not have a direction.