Loyola High school is a Jesuit institution in Montreal, but the matter could affect Protestants, Jews and homeschoolers. It all goes back to rules passed by the provincial government in Québec requiring a course called “Ethics and Religious Culture.” Here’s the catch. THE RULES PROHIBIT TEACHERS FROM EXPRESSING ANY OPINION CONCERNING RELIGIOUS OR ETHICAL ISSUES. Never mind that parents are paying for a religious education. Loyola is taking the case to Canada’s Supreme Court.
Principal Paul Donovan speaks out in this video produced by The Cardus Daily.
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