- Fathers Dooner and Hennelly:
The Bulletin for Our Lady of Grace (Penndel) still includes Penndel Drugs. When I called Penndel Drugs about a week and a half ago, I learned that they carry Plan B for $39.
The Bulletin for Queen of the Universe (Levittown) still includes Oxford Valley Pharmacy. When I called Oxford Valley about a week and a half ago, I learned that they carry Plan B for $39.99.
How do you expect your parishioners to appreciate the draconian nature of the HHS mandates forcing abortifacient/contraceptive coverage, when you are carrying such ads?
- Father Kramer:
While I am not able to access the current bulletin online, the May 5th Bulletin for St. John Bosco (Hatboro) indicated a partnership with Shop Rite of Warminster. When I called Shop Rite about a week and a half ago, I learned that they carry Plan B for about $39. Does St. John Bosco continue to partner with the Plan B-providing Shop Rite of Warminster?
- Monsignor Duncan and Father Lonergan:
The Bulletin for St. Charles Borromeo (Bensalem) and the Bulletin for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (Bensalem) still include Riccio Family Pharmacy (which brags of being operated by a Holy Ghost alumnus). When I called Riccio Family Pharmacy about a week and a half ago, I was advised that they do NOT carry Plan B. Yet, no pharmacy should be getting advertised in a parish bulletin, unless it can be ascertained that they are not dealing in any abortifacients or contraceptives (cf., One More Soul, Pharmacists for Life International).
- Father Davis:
Since the online Bulletin for St. Thomas Aquinas (Croydon) no longer shows the ads, are you still carrying ads for Mat's Pharmacy & Medical Supply?