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Resources for The Consistent Ethic of Life after Dobbs: Directions and Challenges

July 14, 2022

This list of resources comes from the participants in the online dialogue "The Consistent Ethic of Life after Dobbs: Directions and Challenges".







  • AND Campaign
  • California Catholic Conference
  • Catholic Health Association of the United States: Maternal Health
    • In the mid-to-late 1800s, the founders of America's Catholic hospitals began by focusing on care for women and children, particularly in communities with high immigrant populations that lacked access to medical care. Today, Catholic health providers continue that tradition by providing a wide range of high-quality prenatal, obstetric, and postnatal services for women and infants. With 300 of our hospitals offering obstetric services and staffing more than 3,500 neonatal and pediatric intensive care beds, Catholic health care remains committed to caring for our youngest and most vulnerable patients and their moms. Learn more about our commitment to maternal health and the many innovative programs CHA members offer for moms and babies.