Father Christopher VanHaight says he rescinded the invitation to an LGBTQ Durham City Council member to speak for Black History Month after some parents expressed “concern that having a Pro-Gay Marriage politician speak at the school was calling into question the school’s commitment to upholding Catholic moral teaching.”
Father Christopher VanHaight says he rescinded the invitation to an LGBTQ Durham City Council member to speak for Black History Month after some parents expressed “concern that having a Pro-Gay Marriage politician speak at the school was calling into question the school’s commitment to upholding Catholic moral teaching.” Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
Father Christopher VanHaight says he rescinded the invitation to an LGBTQ Durham City Council member to speak for Black History Month after some parents expressed “concern that having a Pro-Gay Marriage politician speak at the school was calling into question the school’s commitment to upholding Catholic moral teaching.” Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com