Religion is Religion. Public Health is Public Health. They are not the same. One should not be able to overrule the other. I expect that the religious exemption clause in the ACA is at the heart of the ruling along with the trump’s continued misuse of executive orders to undo legislative intentions. This can be fixed legislatively once we can get a sane government in place. If a religious orders do not want to allow this part of health care, and all they do is to practice their religious beliefs, then they can make strict abidance to the religious beliefs of their order a binding condition for employment. They would of course still be bound by the required universal insurance fee structure. Unless of course, this has less to do with their beliefs and more to do without having to pay their fair share.