Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Archdiocese Fires Sexual Deviant From Staff After 39 Years

Edit: better late than never... I wonder if these kinds of people worry much about their PR? The normal people with children and a future are putting their hard-earned money into building up schools, church communities and pious institutions while  a sexual deviant and blood sucker attorney, can come along and suck all the blood out of them with a strategic lawsuit inspired by a certain Progressive, stateless, group of individuals who have a deep seated hostility to Christendom.

[Metro Weekly] One of two guidance counselors at a Catholic high school who were fired last year after their superiors discovered they were in same-sex relationships is suing her former employer and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis for discrimination.
Lynn Starkey, who worked at Roncalli High School for 39 years, filed suit last week in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana claiming she was discriminated against and subjected to a hostile work environment because of her sexual orientation.
The lawsuit also claims the archdiocese and Roncalli retaliated against her after she filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.



JBQ said...

The Most Reverend Charles Thompson is the current archbishop. He is the replacement for Joe Tobin who went to Newark with his liberal agenda. The gay counselors living within a civil union are making a mockery of the Catholic Faith.----Actually, the license can be from a gay friendly state. It doesn't have to be Indiana. In the Midwest, most gay civilly married individuals drive to Iowa for their license. I wonder how these four people in the archdiocese thought that they could get away with a civil union. The courts have been pretty specific in backing the right of a Catholic school to treat certain staff as ministers.---This woman was there for 39 years. She must have felt emboldened by Archbishop Tobin. It must have been the same with the two guys.----As Gomer Pyle would say, "surprise, surprise".

Alphabeticus said...

Here, here.