SPOTLIGHT: Boston cardinal breaks off deal with health insurer

In another sign of the tension between Catholic organizations and secular health organizations, a Boston cardinal has ended a joint venture between a diocesan health system and a health insurers. Church officials and outsiders had argued that the Catholic system shouldn't be too closely affiliated with the insurer, Centene Corp., which covers abortions. Article

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