Symposium: "Religious Freedom Under Obamacare: Can and Should For-Profit Businesses Claim Conscientious Objector Status?"

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Location: South Dining Hall, Oak Room

The Notre Dame Tocqueville Program for Inquiry Into Religion and Public Life & The Napa Institute invite you to join us for the 2013 Notre Dame Symposium:

“Religious Freedom Under Obamacare: Can and Should For-Profit Businesses Claim Conscientious Objector Status?”

Thursday, September 19 – Notre Dame Law School
5:00 pm – Mass, Law School Chapel, Biolchini Hall of Law
5:45 pm – New Gods on the Public Square by William McGurn, ’80, in the McCartan Courtroom
7:30 pm – Reception, Eck Commons (2nd Floor)

Friday, September 20 – South Dining Hall Oak Room
8:00 am – Mass, Holy Cross Chapel, Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering
9:00 am – The HHS Lawsuites & the For-Profit Business (Panel Discussion)
10:30 am – The HHS Mandate and the Ethical Responsibilities of the Business Owner (Panel Discussion)
12:00 PM – The Future Costs of Obamacare by Bishop Robert Morlino, Diocese of Madison
Complimentary Lunch will be served

Events are free and open to all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of Notre Dame.

The 2013 Notre Dame Symposium is sponsored by the Notre Dame Tocqueville Program for Inquiry Into Religion and Public Life, The Napa Institute, The Henkles Lecture Fund, The Potenziani Program in Constitutional Studies, and The Center for Ethics and Culture.

Originally published at al.nd.edu.

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