Mandatory ‘Normal’ Marriage Assembly at High School Goes Predictably Off the Rails
When an article begins like this:
He was right.
…You just know it’s going to be good.
And when it ends with this:
They were so upset that the priest and school officials abruptly ended the assembly. Students who were angry were allowed to stay there and talk with the archdiocese volunteers. It was more civil, for a while, but the more questions the presenters tried to answer, the worse it got.
“It was a really awful ending,” said Bliss. “It was anger, anger, anger, and then we were done and they left. This is really a bad idea.”
…It absolutely makes you want to go ahead and read the entire account of exactly how offensively a group of Catholic administrators tried to influence the coming-of-voting-age senior class about the importance of “normal” marriage, and how predictably disastrous the reception by students was.