Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is paying homage to religious freedom and the separation of church and state in a graduation speech at Georgetown University, after Catholic church authorities lambasted the school’s invitation for her to speak.
In remarks prepared for the Georgetown Public Policy Institute’s awards ceremony Friday, she calls the separation of church and state “a fundamental principle of our democracy.” Sebelius urges graduates to weigh different views in policy debates and follow their own moral compasses.
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Read more at Official Wire. By the Associated Press.