A split has emerged among Ontario Roman Catholics over a new
provincial bill that would force religious schools to accept
gay-straight alliances on their campuses.
While the Roman Catholic Church and the province’s Catholic school
trustees oppose the bill, arguing that a group advocating for a gay
lifestyle is in direct conflict with Church teaching, the Ontario
English Catholic Teachers’ Association, which represents 44,000 separate
board teachers, said fear of gay-straight alliances is based on
ignorance of what these groups do.
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