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British Bishops Abolish “Father” and “Mother”

A British Government education watchdog ordered the Holy Ghost Catholic Primary School in London to remove “mother” and “father” in their admission form in order to please “separated, step and gay parents”.

The Bishops’ Catholic Education Service, known for accommodating to gay ideology, is now drafting a new form for its 2,230 Catholic schools. The form will only refer to “the family”. Many schools already use “parent 1” and “parent 2”.

The Sunday Times cites an expert who called this decision “profoundly undemocratic, illiberal and a capitulation to a form of politically correct fascism”.

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GJA Taylor
The bishops should either do their job or resign. What a bunch of spineless egits.
God is clear, we have a mother and a father. People, who are in sad circumstances do not want other children to be in broken relationships. Why are they sad, because we all know a child needs a mother and a father and when either or both are missing, it is sad.
For decades we thought the situation in “Catholic” schools could not get worse. Then Team Francis showed off.
It is not the secular state, but the Catholic Education Service that will be asking schools to comply with a “unified approach” under which admissions forms omit the words 'mother' and 'father'.
The Catholic Education Service belongs to the left-liberal - Catholic in name only.
Remain autonomous from government Mandates.
How far can we fall? "Parent 3" and "Parent 4"
De Profundis
Everything out of order. Welcome to Hell.
Parents should associate together and refuse to pay taxes ,Evil is working overtime specially in secularistic governments but in the end God will win
Our Lady of Sorrows
Any parent who does not want their child indoctrinated with another evil in "Catholic" Schools need to think about Home Schooling

And fear ye not them that kill the body, and are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him that can destroy both soul and body in hell. [