Monday, January 10, 2005

The Seattle Times: Education: Catholic schools face new ground on gays

If you want to see hypocrisy in full force, and what could happen to any child if we let a bunch of extremists have their way, read
The Seattle Times: Education: Catholic schools face new ground on gays.
Now it seems that what concerns them is not their own children, but how bad the two boys of homosexual parents will feel when they hear the hateful message the school has to offer. Don't mind how they will feel when they learn that they have been expelled from school because of THEIR PARENTS!!!

The views of other parents were at the core of the dispute at St. John the Baptist School in Costa Mesa. The two boys involved have not been named publicly and neither have their parents, who have declined interview requests.

But the objecting parents said they thought their children could not receive full-fledged instruction on faith with the two boys in the school. They said they could not see how a teacher could fully explain the church's policies on homosexuals without causing the two boys anxiety about their fathers.

But the pastor, the Rev. Martin Benzoni, said the right of the children to an education was paramount and let the boys stay.

It seems that at least in this case, Rev. Benzoni kept some common sense. But, listen up, this is the way things could go... If we let them.


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