Well I understand that Fr. S had removed that page, and that once he left, the page was re-instated.
If he were still there, I bet that document would still be gone. And the school would still be functioning just fine!
But even if it were required by law (and 100% enforced), I'd still have to ask: Is this what we've come to? To operate schools, we must "officially" condone deviant behavior, even if "unofficially" we speak against it?
This smacks of a compromise; the proverbial "grain of incense" offered to a false god. Like the priests of England submitting to the King as the head of the "Church of England" instead of the Pope. It might seem like a small thing, but it's not. It's a sellout.
Isn't this the first step down a slippery slope? What about teachers who are lukewarm to begin with -- they'll look at this document, and think the school is "mainstream liberal" and begin to act accordingly.
At first, it's a legal technicality. But as time goes on, more and more teachers will read it and take it seriously -- having failed to "get the memo" -- and the liberal snowball will continue to roll downhill faster and faster, picking up steam.
I suppose in some countries, which are as wretched as Great Britain, good Catholics are called upon by God to homeschool their children. Apparently even private school is out.