COMMENTARY: But the potential fall of Roe will have implications, certainly in connection with abortion … and with Father’s Day.
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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 Peruvian Congress has passed Bill 904, which supports the right of parents to educate their children according to their values and principles.
Critics claim it harms youth who identify as ‘LGBTQ+,’ but the experts counter that young children should not be exposed to ideas that are not developmentally appropriate for their age.
“Parents must cooperate closely with the teachers of the schools to which they entrust their children to be educated; moreover, teachers in fulfilling their duty are to collaborate very closely with parents, who are to be heard willingly …” (Code of Canon Law, No. 796)
From Critical Race and Gender Theory Curricula to Abortion Access for Teens, Parental Rights Battles Mount Nationwide
“Parents are realizing that something is deeply wrong, and even if they don’t understand the meaning behind this movement, they sense that it does not have their children’s best interests at heart.”
An interview with Erika Sanzi of Parents Defending Education
Among the problems raised by the case are the end of life, family decisions on health treatment, and children’s rights.
The Catholic teaching about the primacy of the parent in a child’s education stems from natural law.
Anmarie Calgaro has filed suit in Minnesota against state government agencies that have allegedly usurped her parental rights.