Skip to comments.[North Carolina] Students, parents upset about nun's message about homosexuals
Posted on 03/27/2014 11:28:43 AM PDT by Pyro7480
Charlotte Catholic High School is getting backlash from students and parents after a school assembly last week.
Students said that a guest speaker discussed offensive material about divorce and homosexuality.
Sister Jane Dominic, with Aquinas College in Nashville, has a doctorate in sacred theology.
But her message about the influence divorce has on gender identification and homosexuality didn't go over so well....
In an online petition, which now has close to 1,800 signatures, one student wrote "we found some of (the) ideas expressed to be both offensive and unnecessarily derogatory. We are incensed that you knew the content of this speech and allowed these ideas to be expressed in a school that should be preaching a message of love and acceptance."
...In the meantime, a second petition has also been created in support of Sister Jane Dominic's message. That petition has approximately 200 signatures.
(Excerpt) Read more at wdam.com ...
What a useless article. How many of the 1800 actually go to that school? No way of knowing since we know nothing about the “online” petition.
“In the meantime, a second petition has also been created in support of Sister Jane Dominic’s message. That petition has approximately 200 signatures. “
Where can we sign that?
What did she say? That queers who continue in their perversion are going to hell? How un P.C. of her!
Nashville Dominicans rock!
She spoke to an all-school assembly March 21 on "Masculinity and Femininity: Difference and Gift," which explains Catholic teaching about gender using Blessed Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body....School officials said she spent about half of her hour-long talk on homosexuality including the correlation between the decline of fatherhood in America and the rise in homosexuality.
I’d like to read the whole text of what she said that is getting their knickers in a knot.
Speaking the truth to power. Isn’t that what the Liberals always ask people to do?
They can’t handle the truth.
Why should the school be teaching “love and acceptance?” Love, yes. But love strong enough to REFUSE acceptance, when that acceptance threatens your life.
In new America, hearing something you disaree with is a major cause of distress and alarm.
No, divorce and homosexuality are the offensive material. She merely pointed out that fact.
By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God and keep His commandments. For this is the love of God, that we keep His commandments. 1 John 5:2-3
I'm a strong believer in love and acceptance.
Which is more loving: to encourage behaviors that carry an extremely high risk of suicide and fatal diseases, or to encourage abstinence among those who are tempted to engage in high-risk behaviors? Which is more loving: to encourage fellow Christians, and in particular Catholic school students, to follow God's Word, or to encourage them to willfully ignore scripture?
Which is more accepting: To insist that a gay person's hormones should be in charge of that person's life or to accept that we all have the strength of will to put guidance from the source of Wisdom in charge of our lives?
Earth to libtards...Homosexual is a lifestyle choice!
Want to prove that wrong? Produce the ‘Gay’ gene.
However...if you did identify a ‘gay’ gene,(which you won’t) be prepared for abortion to banned immediately after you do that!
Which is particularly true for the young Generation X and Generation.com hipsters that are apparently infesting and ruining Brooklyn these days. They're trying to do that here in Boise, too...turn it into another Portland (gag!).
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
In an online petition, which now has close to 1,800 signatures, one student wrote “we found some of (the) ideas expressed to be both offensive and unnecessarily derogatory. We are incensed that you knew the content of this speech and allowed these ideas to be expressed in a school that should be preaching a message of love and acceptance.”
Diocese leaders admit that parents were never notified that the assembly was being held.
However, diocese leaders told WBTV parents will have their voices heard.
“We hear the parents’ concerns. We hear the students’ concerns. There is going to be a meeting at the school next Wednesday to basically kind of air this whole thing out,” Hains said.
In the meantime, a second petition has also been created in support of Sister Jane Dominic’s message. That petition has approximately 200 signatures.
So very many things wrong there. This is a part of why this nation is being rebuked, and will be judged. God has a chosen nation. The Untied States is not that nation. ALL other nations exist at His sufferance, until His patience is exhausted. Psalm 2 - the cure for what ails humanity.
I was once waiting for an appointment and I overheard a gay guy talk about the relationship he had with his father. He said his dad had been married "somewhere around" six times. And that he would just bring home "any woman he wanted." His dad was also a drug addict and an alcoholic. I felt really sorry for this gay guy.
“We are incensed that you...allowed these ideas to be expressed in a school...”
How quaint, allowing differing ideas to be presented in an institute of learning. This has to stop.