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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Adam Wilson
The Catholic Church may be officially opposed to abortion and contraception, but a report by a Catholic education watchdog group contends that it has found more than 150 instances of links between U.S. Catholic colleges and universities and Planned Parenthood, the nation's leading family planning organization and the largest provider of abortion-related services.
"Hopefully this report will serve as a wake-up call for those Catholic college leaders who have repeatedly hit the snooze button on the many alarms that have been raised over the state of Catholic higher education in the past decade," said Adam Wilson, a spokesman for the Cardinal Newman Society.
Mr. Wilson said that past reporting by the group often prompted Catholic colleges to remove pro-choice information from their websites or to rescind invitations to abortion-rights speakers.