Friday, March 5, 2010

gay parents? pack your pencil case.

it's doubtful the catholic church will ever recognize gay marriage, but now a catholic school in denver won't even teach the kids of gay parents.
A pre-school student at a Catholic school in Boulder, Colorado will not be allowed to return next year because the child’s parents are lesbians living together, which the Denver Archdiocese calls a violation of the school’s beliefs and policy.
the denver archdiocese says it's only following official school policy – "parents living in open discord with catholic teaching in areas of faith and morals unfortunately choose by their actions to disqualify their children from enrollment." how many other parents are in "discord" with catholic policy?

love the sinner, hate the sin ...and punish the children? the archdiocese in washington d.c. certainly seems to understands that.

1 comment:

  1. catholic in milwaukeeMarch 6, 2010 at 8:48 AM

    The Denver Archdiocese should take a better look at Catholic teaching. I'd like to see what justification they have for this policy, besides that they made it up themselves. And there are probably many other parents who do not live in accordance with Catholic faith and morals.
    And if they think the parents' lifestyle is so "wrong," wouldn't they want the child in the school so as to teach him or her "the right way"?
    Once again, Catholics mess up because they don't know what it really means to be Catholic.


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