This definition is a blow to any religious community, but especially to Catholics, who are called to serve anyone in need. As we often say, we serve people because we are Catholic, not because they are. It is why so many Catholic schools enroll so many non-Catholics; Catholic hospitals don't ask for baptismal certificates upon admission; and Catholic soup kitchens don't quiz the hungry on the Catechism. But the mandate is not the only problem. Last year, HHS chose to deny federal grants to an otherwise much better-qualified provider of services to victims of human trafficking because that provider could not, in conscience, facilitate the provision of abortion or contraception. In other words, faithful Catholics need not apply.