Yesterday, the U.S. Air Force Academy decided to cancel the scheduled showing of movie clips from “Constantine’s Sword” to an audience of faculty and cadets.
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The U.S. Air Force Academy is mandating that hundreds of students and faculty members attend a closed-door lecture on religious intolerance and show clips from “Constantine’s Sword,” an upcoming movie.
Maryland lawmaker Eric Bromwell has introduced legislation that would suspend the statute of limitations on child sexual abuse cases for almost two years.
Last week the Catholic League criticized a bill introduced by Colorado Rep. Gwyn Green that would make it easier to sue private institutions in cases involving child sexual abuse. Our criticism centered on one objection: public institutions were given a pass.
The Catholic League gives details on the treatment of sex abuse in public schools in Oregon.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue commented today on how “The Golden Compass” is being criticized by friend and foe alike.
Catholic families may find that Scholastic books may not help them educate their children.
An Associated Press investigation found more than 2,500 cases over five years in which educators were punished for actions from bizarre to sadistic.
On August 10, Debbie Almontaser resigned as principal of the Khalil Gibran International Academy [KGIA], a New York City public school billed as an “Arabic-themed” institution. She was pressured to resign following her response to a T-shirt that read, “Intifada NYC.”
Last week, the Buffalo City Council passed a resolution criticizing the decision by the Diocese of Buffalo to close some schools and churches.