Denver is one of several U.S. dioceses in recent years to issue such guidance.
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With Parental Rights in Spotlight on Election Day, Some Christian Teachers Balk at Using Gender Pronouns
Court cases over suspensions and firings lead judges to figure out what teachers can and can’t do, as debate over school gender-identity policies figures prominently in the midterm elections.
Bishops and educators are seeking to understand how best to love the student and extend pastoral care to families without affirming the crisis.
The Parents’ Alliance, a civil society movement in defense of the family in El Salvador, welcomed the removal of the director of INFOD.
Lawsuits triggered by such practices have been filed in several states, including a Massachusetts case where a teacher was fired after advising parents about what was occurring without their knowledge.
The Alumni Rainbow Community of Notre Dame held ‘ND LGBTQ+ Alumni — Past, Present & Future — A Celebration of Our Community’s Journey’ on the Indiana campus earlier this month.
Biological sex, wrote Bishop Conley, 'is not an accident from God or a flaw,' but rather is 'a gift that helps us grow close to each other and close to God. What God has created is good, true, and beautiful.'
A preferred pronouns controversy, a Planned Parenthood dance, and the removal of St. Junipero Serra’s statue have added more concerns about the Los Angeles Jesuit university’s commitment to its Catholic identity. But some see a way forward for hope.
The Loudoun County school teacher said he was suspended from his position after objecting to two proposed school policies during the public comment period of a May 25 school board meeting.
The order, which Biden signed on the day of inauguration, discusses children’s access to restrooms, locker rooms, and school sports; access to health care; and workers whose dress “does not conform to sex-based stereotypes,” among other topics.