Laura Ingraham hosted Sister Simone Campbell.
Campbell said she was surprised that her group, Network, was called out by the Vatican for not complying with Catholic teachings. She said that when the contraceptive mandate came out, her group was against it. She said the accomodation of everyone's conscience is difficult in a pluralistic society and it is difficult to balance these issues.
Campbell said that the religious leaders in LCWR and organziations are covered but expressed concerns that other groups' religious teachings would be imposed on Catholics.
Campbell said that Network isn't an order and that her religious order is pro-life. She said the Obama administration is for religious liberty because the health care law responds to the whole diverse country. Ingraham asked if the most important role for Catholics to save souls. Campbell said that Jesus responded to the needs of the body as well as the soul. She said her group works on the corporal and spiritual acts of mercy.
Campbell said the leadership group for women religious focuses on their needs which doesn't focus on abortion and birth control. She said her group isn't in rebellion and that the Vatican's report is a mistatement.