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Students Want Anti-Gay Priest Removed from University

Larue4 Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 10:24 AM
Does no one find it ironic that these two students reported their complaints to the office of diversity and inclusion? More and more our colleges are becoming national socialist breeding grounds for intolerance and divisiveness. Why are they so afraid to debate anyone on the merits and pitfalls of their chosen lifestyle? Could it be because that historically, socially and morally they don't have a leg to stand on?
deborae Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 9:42 AM
No one should have to live their lives in judgement by religious people. That's why America is such a great place to live. We have freedoms. That's why we came here in the first place.
Mark1853 Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 3:53 PM
Good question. So does that make them Historically, Socially, and Morally. . . . handicapped? (Oops, I meant "Challenged."

Religious liberty groups are mobilizing to defend the chaplain of George Washington University’s Newman Center after gay students launched an effort to have the priest fired because he preaches against homosexuality and abortion.

“It’s discrimination against Catholics,” said Patrick Reilly, president of the Cardinal Newman Society. “Secular colleges are fast becoming a very unsafe place for Catholics who hold true to their faith. This is a very, very sad situation.”

Two gay students at George Washington told the GW Hatchet student newspaper that they want Father Greg Shaffer removed from campus over his anti-gay and anti-abortion views.

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