Thursday, November 12, 2015

Cabrini Catholic?

It seems that Cabrini College is hosting a Remembrance on November 19. The event will have a discussion on the "conceptualization of 'gender' in our society" followed by a transgender candlelight vigil to "honor and remember the lives of transgender individuals fallen victim to hate."
Although a Catholic school, Cabrini makes no effort to promote what the Church teaches about same-sex activity. Indeed, there will be two events, called Ally 101 and Ally 201, which seek to teach people that homosexuality is normal and that they must empathize with "non-gender-conforming individuals."
Note another Cabrini event earlier this year called "Your Gender-Bred Identity" described as follows:
Challenge conceptualizations of gender and explore the intersections of gender and sexuality as it pertains to the theory of the "gender-bred person."
Participants will have the opportunity to decorate a person-shaped cookie inspired by either themselves or their initial understanding of gender.
There was also a Day of Silence described as a "student-led action towards creating safer schools for all, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression, Day of Silence brings attention to harassment."
Cabrini is a Catholic liberal arts college northwest of Philadelphia, and was founded in 1957 by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It's one of the first colleges in the United States that made community service a requirement for graduation, with a curriculum centered on social justice. But there's no indication Cabrini promotes the Church's teaching on the intrinsically disordered nature of same-sex relations. OREMUS.