First, we must get the facts straight.
When it is said that "Catholic medical facilities continue to provide reproductive services and employ physicians that prescribe birth control for their patients," I assume that the facilities being talked about are Catholic hospitals and the clinics within those medical centers.
Well, the Catholic church is not the one authorizing such practices.
Due to the fact that Catholic hospitals and other Catholic health-care providers cannot operate unless they do business in accordance with local, state and federal regulations -- which all contain law-enforced sections that require each and every medical facility to provide "reproductive care" and birth-control measures to its patients -- Catholic hospitals, for instance, have no other choice but to provide such services.
And if those facilities did not provide "reproductive care" and birth-control measures, they would be in violation of the law and prohibited from providing health-care services.
In summation, the foregoing factors are the primary reasons why the Catholic church and other religious factions are presently battling against the Obama administration and the remainder of the federal government.
They are strictly opposed to being mandated by government to perform those services that violate their religious beliefs.
And the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution prohibits the making of any law that would impede the free exercise of religion.