Group seeks Catholic school ban on children of gay parents

01/5/2005 | Seattle Times, The

Some Catholic parishioners in Orange County, Calif., have asked diocesan officials to limit student admissions to Catholic schools to children whose parents adhere to church doctrine. The group said two boys whose gay parents enrolled them at St. John the Baptist School in Costa Mesa "are being used as pawns" to further the agenda of their fathers, but the superintendent of diocesan schools rejected the argument that a family's background should be considered in the admissions process; "It's a slippery slope to go down," said Rev. Gerald M. Horan.

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