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The Gallivans were told Amazon would investigate but have yet to hear back.(Amazon founder Jeff Bezos also owns The Washington Post.)An Amazon spokesperson could not be immediately reached by The Washington Post for comment.

A representative sent the Boston Globe's Sean Murphy, who first spoke to the Gallivans about the mysterious packages, the following statements:"We are investigating inquiries from consumers who have received unsolicited packages as this would violate our policies," [Amazon] said.

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“Meanwhile, religious-freedom advocates see the university’s move as a setback for their cause, because it potentially casts doubt on the sincerity and depth of moral objections to birth control.” The university had argued in court that signing a waiver of exemption from the HHS contraceptive mandate would cause “scandal.” After losing in court, however, the university complied with the mandate.

But even after President Trump announced that religious schools would no longer be forced to comply with the mandate, Notre Dame flip-flopped, deciding to provide coverage. They’re choosing to provide immoral health insurance.” Contraception: It’s not just Notre Dame Other Catholic colleges may opt not to take advantage of the religious exemption from the HHS contraceptive mandate offered by the Trump administration, according to a report in .

“Many other schools remain in the WCEA, and some need improvements.

I pray that they either exemplify faithful Catholic education or similarly declare their true intentions.” Why Notre Dame flip-flopped on contraceptive coverage Negative press attention and faculty protests may have scared the administration at the University of Notre Dame into allowing free abortifacients and contraceptives under the university’s health insurance plan, according to an article in titled “Why Notre Dame Reversed Course on Contraception.” “Although the administration claims it reversed course out of respect for the diversity of its community, it’s not clear why it wouldn’t have taken faculty and student objections into account years ago,” the report says.

Ryan Anderson, a senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation, called Notre Dame’s decision “shameful” and “scandalous.” “Notre Dame spent five years suing the federal government for the right to provide moral health insurance,” Anderson said on Twitter. Georgetown currently offers mandated contraceptive coverage for faculty and students under a compromise with the federal government that allows religious objectors to opt-out of paying for contraceptive coverage and “it’s unclear if the coverage will stay in place.” A university spokeswoman said the school is “reviewing the new regulations.” Villanova University told it has no plans to change current contraceptive coverage, which is provided through its insurance carrier.

No great surprises here, but as these schools publicly admit their break from Catholic teaching, it’s good to get it on the record.

But the choice was made long before this announcement.

“Clearly something exciting is happening in the WCEA that forced San Domenico to acknowledge its faults,” he said.

The first items to arrive were the plastic fan - which plugs into your computer's USB port - and the phone charger that doubles as an electric hand warmer. Kelly Gallivan, 68, remembers seeing the Amazon box addressed to her husband sitting outside their Acton, Massachusetts, house. It was easy for the couple to forget about the puzzling package - until many others started arriving.

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