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A religiously affiliated organization does not hire an inclination or an act; it hires a person, and the church has affirmed, repeatedly, that the homosexual person is to be loved and is not to be unjustly discriminated against. On what basis, then, should we decline to abide by a government regulation that we not discriminate against LGBT people in hiring? This is not just about legal or political strategy, but about being true to what the church actually teaches, instead of joining the latest culture war battle.
New LGBT Nondiscrimination Rule Deserves Applause | National Catholic Reporter
The creation of the play "Queering History"
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