Talk about rubbing salt in the wound. When Emily Herx was fired from her Catholic school teaching job for getting in vitro ferilization treatments, she had to listen to this:
Herx says the school's priest called her a "grave, immoral sinner" and told her she should have kept mum about her fertility treatments because some things are "better left between the individual and God," the complaint said.
The church is absolutely stupid on this issue. If you believe fertility treatments are wrong because they get between the individual and God, you might as well shun all medicine -- or all science, for that matter. How dare you have the audacity to use the mind God gave you!
BUT. Catholic school, Catholic rules. Supreme Court's said so before, will again. It might make a difference that she taught only English and wasn't involved in the school's religious teachings. And I don't know whether she signed a contract that explicitly said "and, hey, no fertility treatment," but she surely can't have been shocked at the school's reaction.