In February 2012, responding to complaints from atheists, the Air Force removed the Latin word for God, Dei, from the logo of the Rapid Capabilities Office, and also removed the motto, written in Latin, which means "Doing God's Work With Other People's Money." The new logo says, "Doing Miracles with Other People's Money." However, the atheists are still whining because they object to the word miracles, too. In February 2012, the U.S. Army warned Catholic chaplains not to read from an Archbishop's letter opposing the Obama Administration's mandate that all employers, including religious hospitals, schools, and colleges, must pay for abortifacient drugs, contraceptives, and sterilizations for their employees. Most people found it shocking that an order could be issued telling chaplains what they cannot say to members of their own faith during a religious service.
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