Since Lord Alfred Douglas’s 1894 poem “Two Loves,” which was used at Oscar Wilde’s trial, homosexuality has been referred to as “the love that dare not speak its name.”
But that’s so 19th century.
We’re living in the 21st century now, so that was . . . like . . . 200 years ago, right?
Why, then, can’t Michael Reardon—executive director of the Catholic Schools Foundation—just come out and state the facts about a recent incident in the Archdiocese of Boston’s Catholic schools?
In a statement on the Catholic Schools Foundation website (.pdf), Reardon writes:
Dear School Administrators:
You may be aware from recent publicity about an exclusionary admissions practice at St. Paul School in...READ MORE