Catholic university boss ‘doesn’t think LGBT+ people are evil’ – but urged students to vote against equal rights regardless
A Catholic university boss has said he “deeply regrets” a message from campus ministry suggesting students should vote to “protect marriage” between one man and one woman and reject “gender ideology.”
The head of Assumption University, a private Catholic university in Massachusetts, has attempted to row back the message sent by the university’s campus ministry in the run-up to the election.
Catholic university told students to vote against ‘intrinsically evil acts’.
Students were directed to a document from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, which outlines ten policy goals as it calls on Catholics to resist “intrinsically evil acts”.
One of the goals states: “Protect the fundamental understanding of marriage as the life-long and faithful union of one man and one woman as the central institution of society; promote
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