- Jul 8, 2020
A United Nations report addressing gender-based violence and discrimination connected to religious beliefs “is now attacking the very reality it is called to defend,” a Vatican representative told a U.N. meeting in Geneva.
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.
On Sunday, Uruguay will hold a pre-referendum to determine if the people are interested in a vote to modify the Integral Law for Trans People, approved last year.
Catholic bishops in the U.S., England and Wales welcomed the Vatican’s statement that gender ideology is opposed to faith and reason, and that Catholic schools and parents must help teach children that gender is fixed from birth.
In light of changing definitions of love and sexuality fueled by “gender theory,” the Vatican on Monday released a new document looking into issues such as “third sex,” transgenderism, and polyamory.
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.