Jun 14, 2005

Good riddance to O.C. "nun"

THE LOS ANGELES TIMES reports ...

An Orange County Catholic school that angered some parents by allowing a gay couple to enroll their two boys last year has drafted a policy that would forbid the men to appear as a couple at school functions, according to a memo distributed to teachers.

... Some parents say Sister Mary Vianney, the school's principal for 31 years, has not had her contract renewed after she objected to the new attendance requirements. The parents held a candlelight vigil Saturday and have asked Orange County Diocese Bishop Tod D. Brown to intervene.

4 Comments:

Blogger John654 said...

Hi,

"The ball is in the court of the St. John the Baptist parish and the Norbertine community," said Father Joe Fenton, a spokesman for the Diocese of Orange, which has declined in the past to get involved in the controversy at its 550-student school.

ONE THING YOU CAN BE SURE OF IS FR. JOE FENTON IS A LIBERAL!

I lived there for 40 years.

John

2:00 PM  
Anonymous Suzie said...

Does this mean that the Diocese is not going to support a school that promotes Catholic values? For some reason, I'm not surprised by this. Sad, huh?

3:06 PM  
Blogger Philip said...

Seeing as the school may not even get the Bishop's support, maybe our prayers can do some good :-)

10:36 PM  
Blogger Wayne said...

What's particularly "conservative" about the norbertine order? Can we import some of it to San Bernardino? :-)

4:43 AM  

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