Catholic bishop kicks Catholic school out of the church after it flew LGBT and BLM flags
· · Jun 17, 2022 ·

At least one bishop isn't putting up with the heresy anymore.

A bishop has declared that a central Massachusetts school "may no longer identify itself as Catholic" because it refuses to remove Black Lives Matter and Pride flags it began flying on campus last year.

Arguing that the flags "embody specific agendas and ideologies (that) contradict Catholic social and moral teaching," Bishop Robert McManus of the Diocese of Worcester issued a decree on Thursday punishing the Nativity School of Worcester, a tuition-free private middle school that serves about 60 boys from under-resourced communities.

The decree prohibits the school from calling itself Catholic and prevents Mass and sacraments from taking place on school grounds.

No objections here.

Of course, you may be wondering, "What kind of Catholic school would even consider getting behind a militant gay-rights movement and a destructive Marxist zeitgeist?" Then you take a look at the school's Facebook page...

We are an accredited, tuition-free, independent Jesuit middle school...


Well I guess they're just a little more "independent" after this week, then. Of course they could always just take the flags down!

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