Thursday, September 27, 2007

Gay Conference at De Paul University

DePaul University is planning a pro-homosexual conference called “Out There: The Second National Conference of Scholars and Student Affairs Personnel Involved in LGBTQ Issues on Catholic Campuses.”
It’s a broadside against Catholic education. An attack against 2,000 years of Catholic moral teaching and natural law.
Won’t you help students defend the truth?
Register your e-protest now!
For your information, some of the lecture titles are shocking:
“The Ins and Outs of Teaching LGBTQ” (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Queer)
“Queer Teens Between the Sheets”
“Queering Theology: Contradictions and Accommodations”
“Queering Services and Benefits at Catholic Institutions”
To read more, click here.
After you sign your protest, make sure you call the office of the president. Respectfully urge him to cancel the pro-homosexual “Out There” conference on Oct. 19-20.
Call: Fr. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M.Phone: 312-362-8890 -- DePaul University
You might be wondering if these protests are ever successful.
Yes! They are. In fact, after TFP Student Action protested the showing of Brokeback Mountain at Seton Hall University, the president of this Catholic university called to say that he canceled it.
So please spread the word. There is strength in numbers. And Catholic education is a cause much too noble for us to remain silent or indifferent.
Thank you very, very much and may God bless you!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this alert.
I will sign my protest to defend Catholic morality at this "Catholic" university. God bless!

Leticia said...

Thanks, please call the President as well, and tell Phyllis, the secretary, that Leticia at Causa Nostrae Laetitiae sent you! She's a nice person, and has been VERY busy lately!
The number is 312-362-8890

Mrs Jackie Parkes MJ said...

How awful!

Peter said...

I can't believe that in this day and age there are still people who don't believe homosexuality exists and you are protesting a conference. What is next, you are going to protest Black History Month?