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Ontario’s Catholic leaders take strong stand against homosexual activism in schools

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TORONTO, Ontario, January 27 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Ontario’s Catholic leaders are taking a strong stand against homosexual activism in the province’s Catholic schools.

In a long-awaited framework for anti-bullying clubs in the schools, they insist that the clubs remain faithful to Catholic teaching, be overseen by a staff advisor who knows and believes the Church’s teaching, and that the clubs cannot engage in activism against Catholic teaching.

The Catholic schools’ stand could set up a confrontation with Dalton McGuinty’s Liberal government.

Parents and pro-family activists have been concerned for months that the clubs would simply be gay-straight alliances under a Catholic name. But the framework document, sent to school boards by the Ontario Catholic School Trustees Association (OCSTA) this week, insists GSAs are "not acceptable in Catholic schools."

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