Religious employers have a right to not be discriminated against because of their religion. They don’t have a right to ignore the same laws that all businesses, religious or not, have to obey.
Ampersand said this in 2004, and people screaming “War on religion” when the government does something they don’t like still haven’t gotten the memo.
Or, as Jon Stewart said, “you have confused ‘War on your religion’ with ‘not getting everything you want.'”
The context is same-sex marriage, but it applies just as well to insurance coverage of contraception.
And the same people, with no sense of irony, cheerfully stomp all over the religious freedom of LGBT people who want to get married and churches who’d be quite happy to do those ceremonies (and do do them as commitment ceremonies).