From p. 45 of the policy handbook for the SSPX’s St. John Bosco School in Calgary, Canada:
"To ensure that all members of the school community work together in an atmosphere of
respect for the dignity of all persons, this policy is adopted to ensure that each student
and staff member is provided with a welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning
environment that respects diversity and fosters a sense of belonging.
The Board will not tolerate harassment, bullying, intimidation or discrimination of
students or staff as provided for in the Alberta Human Rights Act or the Canadian
Charter of Rights and Freedoms which includes discrimination on the basis of an
individual’s actual or perceived differences, including sexual orientation, gender identity
and gender expression."
The SSPX argument will be that, in order to have schools in Canada, we are forced to comply with these measures.
No doubt this is true.
But the real question is: If in order to have schools, the SSPX is forced to comply with the most basic and fundamental violations of the natural law, would it not be better to have no school at all, than one which inculcates moral indifference (all the more insidious as such indifference would feign having the moral authority of rigorous Catholic traditionalism)?
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