Karen Hall links to a post by a
High School student at a Jesuit High
School where they partook in a “Day of Silence” promoted by
The post by the student is nicely balanced
and proposed that students wear a red tie to school that day to
commemorate victims of the “Gay agenda.” One piece of good
news is the while the administration of the school is backing this is
that he says the majority of the students are not buying it.
So I guess some Catholic schools are becoming school versions
of the television show Family Ties.
Jesuit High School eh? Just another reason for the order to be suppressed is this support of the gay angenda.
“Partook” is the proper form of the verb, as this event had occurred last year.
It is my understanding that this is an annual event. So I assumed this would be an annual response. I will check it out and post an update on my blog.
At any rate, it was a brave response, regardless of when it took place.
If St. Ignatius is observing the “Day of Silence” this year, they are not advertising that fact on their website events page (http://alumni.ignatius.edu/s/237/index.aspx?sid=237&gid=1&pgid=13&cid=747)
What this tells me is that we owe “The Monk” an extra thanks!
That’s funny, it tells me that Karen needs a job. And a lesson in “what it means to be a Catholic.” Don’t worry, though, I’m sure she’ll issue a retraction.
I still say, as protests go, Being Silent is one of the least objectionable. Maybe we could encourage them?
There is an abundance of truth and common sense offered on this issue via that link, especially the article and quotes by Fr Paul Scalia. His words have a Kreefty healing and reordering effect on my tortured head. (After a while, you run out of ways to address homosexual issues in letters to the editor! Perhaps the continual repetition of lies is meant to wear us down…)
Thanks for post and the link, Jeff.
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