I had an interesting conversation today.
Two American, Catholic Archdioceses with Catholic schools.
Two Archbishops, both of them were Cappucchin Franciscans.
One Archdiocese allows a child in a "same sex" household attend Catholic school.
The other Archdiocese does not allow such a child to attend the Catholic school.
Where does this end?
It will continue! That’s for sure.
There will be more and more challenges of this kind.
Remember what the Holy Father said in Portugal to groups which are engaged in social activities.
The services you provide, and your educational and charitable activities, must all be crowned by projects of freedom whose goal is human promotion and universal fraternity. Here we can locate the urgent commitment of Christians in defence of human rights, with concern for the totality of the human person in its various dimensions. I express my deep appreciation for all those social and pastoral initiatives aimed at combating the socio-economic and cultural mechanisms which lead to abortion, and are openly concerned to defend life and to promote the reconciliation and healing of those harmed by the tragedy of abortion. Initiatives aimed at protecting the essential and primary values of life, beginning at conception, and of the family based on the indissoluble marriage between a man and a woman, [only… not two women, or two men, or three or four, or a combination of same, or of children or dogs or any other critter.] help to respond to some of today’s most insidious and dangerous threats to the common good. Such initiatives represent, alongside numerous other forms of commitment, essential elements in the building of the civilization of love.