Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Catholic Charities of DC transfers out foster care over gay marriage law


As a result of Washington D.C.’s new “gay marriage” law, Catholic Charities its entire foster care program in Washington to the National Center for Children and Families.

Catholic Charities, which receives $20 million from the District of Columbia, has said that the new law could make it impossible for Catholic Charities to remain a city contractor out of “conflict of interest” – because of the teachings of the Church.

An excerpt from a new Washington Post story appeared on a site called “Race42012”, here.

Update: March 2, 2010

Catholic Charities has changed plans. As of today, no new employees get any spousal benefits (heterosexul or not) and existing employees cannot add spouses. William Wan has the Washington Post story "Same-sex marriage leads Catholic Charities to adjust benefits", link here.

Update: March 6, 2010

Here's horrible story from California "Catholic School Forces Lesbian Mother Off PTA Board Over Prop. 8", since she attended a "No on Prop 8" rally with her son, link here.

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