Xavier University, a Jesuit university in Cincinnati, said this week it would end birth-control coverage for its employees in July, a move that has divided faculty members and students. The move comes amid a dispute between the Obama administration and Roman Catholic bishops over contraception. The controversy prompted Xavier’s president, Michael Graham, a priest, to review the health plan. It is not clear whether Xavier officials knew contraception was covered.
I've been interviewing a number of church officials in recent weeks for a story on religious liberty. You would be surprised how many found, upon reviewing their insurance plans, that they were covering things they don't support.