Law360, New York (October 6, 2009, 12:02 PM EDT) -- The Catholic Church recently issued a Bishop Guidance and Papal Encyclical, both of which reaffirm Catholic social teaching on the rights of employees, including the right to organize. These documents focus upon social and economic justice in the workplace and promote the Catholic Church’s long-standing advocacy of labor.
The guidance and encyclical are significant because unions may translate what are only suggested guidelines by the church on employee organizing into pro-labor dogma.
If Catholic health care providers fall prey to such a tactic, the result may...
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