Court Defends Church’s Freedom Against Fired Gay Employee

Home/In the News/Court Defends Church’s Freedom Against Fired Gay Employee

Court Defends Church’s Freedom Against Fired Gay Employee

Bill in the news: PJ Media:

“Colin Collette knew what the house rules of the Catholic Church were before he announced his ‘engagement’ to his boyfriend in 2014, so he should not have been surprised when the parish he worked for fired him,” Catholic League President Bill Donohue declared in a statement praising the ruling. When Collette was dismissed in 2014, then-Archbishop of Chicago Francis Cardinal George said the gay man was fired for his “participation in a form of union that cannot be recognized as a sacrament by the Church.” READ MORE HERE


Print page
By | 2017-06-12T20:46:30+00:00 June 12th, 2017|Categories: In the News|Comments Off on Court Defends Church’s Freedom Against Fired Gay Employee