- Jan 27, 2021
Students in Catholic schools in Lansing are to be treated according to their biological sex, even if they self-identify according to a different gender, according to new “gender identity” policy announced by the Michigan diocese on Friday.
In a culture where public school policies are increasingly pushing parents out of important conversations about their child’s sexual identity and gender expression, Catholic educators need to take an opposite approach, said speakers at a seminar on the issue.
Catholic educators have a charge to teach that a person’s sexual identity is a gift from God that cannot change and resist cultural tides toward “gender theory,” according to new guiding principles released by Minnesota’s bishops.
The decision to change a bill about gender in Argentina was welcomed by pro-life groups and religious schools, as the current bill allows for each institution to implement a sexual education program in accordance with their “principles and ideas,” with the presumption that parents chose their children’s school for a reason.
Crux’s conversation with Catholic bioethicist David Albert Jones about transgender issues.
The bishops of England and Wales have raised concerns over the rise of gender ideology, saying it is creating confusion among people about the truth of human nature.