Orlando Hospital Chaplain Fired for Expressing Pro-Life Views


A chaplain at an Orlando-based hospital recently filed a lawsuit against the Orlando Health Company for wrongful termination.

The chaplain, Reverend Jay McCaig, said he was fired from the hospital because he voiced pro-life views on his social media accounts.

McCaig says that his pro-life views are a part of his religion and that the company violated his rights by firing him.

For You formed my inward parts;
You covered me in my mother’s womb” Psalm 139:13

In his lawsuit, he alleged that Orlando Health did not provide details that explained which of his posts violated their policies. Saying he “was not told which post or posts on his personal Facebook page violated Orlando Health’s company policy, nor was he informed which company policy he violated,”

McCaig said that while he finds abortion to be  “immoral, a sin against God, and contrary to such teachings of the Bible,” he never discussed his beliefs on abortion with patients at the hospital

Kena Lewis, a spokesperson for Orlando Health, disputed the allegations in the lawsuit, though she refused to say why McCaig was fired.

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