A Catholic school cannot hire an employee in a same-sex union without compromising its very purpose and putting students at risk of malformation.
A federal district court in Indiana ruled that the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and its Roncalli Catholic High School have the First Amendment right to uphold moral standards — not only for religion teachers, but also for counselors and others who aid in the Christian formation of students.
Current president Dr. Michael McLean will step down at the end of this school year, following the celebration of the college’s 50th anniversary.
While critical race theory seeks to divide the world into racial categories, faithful Catholic education can bring about healing through a deep encounter with the Divine Physician.
“If Catholic schools disregard their calling and lose their saltiness,” warns one analyst, “they will have a much harder time convincing students, parents and judges that they need religious accommodations.”
Here are the members of Congress who signed last week’s pro-abortion letter and the Catholic schools and colleges they attended, if any.
Catholic colleges would do well to emulate Benedictine’s approach to promoting virtue, healing and forgiveness.
“These schools are truly almae matres, nourishing mothers,” says one student, “who care for their children’s physical, emotional, and spiritual welfare.”