Despite having two bullet holes pierce her bedroom wall on March 24, Mother Cecilia says she’s doing “very well” and that there is “no doubt in my mind that St. Michael and our guardian angels are watching over and protecting us at all times.”
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The decision was a blow to pro-life advocates in the state, who have consistently turned out pro-life legislation and court decisions in recent years.
A 2016 report on an inspection of the facility by the health department shows that the facility at that time was in violation of multiple state standards involving the sterilization and storing of equipment, and the proper documentation of medication and procedures.
State law requires abortion providers to distribute a booklet from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services which includes the statement: “The life of each human being begins at conception. Abortion will terminate the life of a separate, unique, living human being.”
The Missouri Catholic Conference noted the morning of May 19 that Barton had already spent 26 years on death row, and is now confined to a wheelchair and has a severe neurological disorder due to a traumatic brain injury.
The retirement home has continued to take multiple precautions so as not to spread the virus among the elderly.
The Missouri Administrative Hearing Commission held the hearing months after the state refused to renew its license to perform abortions.
Eric Schmitt's report said that Catholic dioceses have less oversight over religious priests than their secular counterparts.
Concerns cited by the state health department in refusing to renew the business’ license are reflective of Planned Parenthood’s habitual shortcomings in meeting medical standards, according to former employees.
Decision by new governor may not affect a religious-freedom case before the U.S. Supreme Court this week.