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Offline Kazimierz

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Re: SSPX school in Calgary "forced" to accept nondiscrimination requirement
« Reply #15 on: October 02, 2018, 03:55:28 PM »
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  • Alberta has alas a communist pro-deviant provincial govt. Whether this will change when the NDP party hopefully gets the boot in the next election will be hard to say. I did contract work for the Education ministry several years ago and frankly twas nothing more than a propaganda piece. Thankfully perhaps no one noticed the little picture of Dr Goebbels I put up in my cubicle.

    As for the neo-SSPX, tis another torpedo hit on an already sinking ship.

    The way things are going taint good.

    Praise the Lord, pray the Rosary and keep stockpiling the ammo (doing a lot more of the last one!) Heu mihi :-X

    The only I care about this province of my birth is the spectacular mountain scenery, and the wild uninhabited sections in general.

    Offline StonewallCatho

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    Re: SSPX school in Calgary "forced" to accept nondiscrimination requirement
    « Reply #16 on: October 02, 2018, 05:08:27 PM »
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  • EMAIL SENT BY FR. GIROUARD TO HIS PARISHIONERS YESTERDAY (OCTOBER 1ST)

    (Please note what he says about the Neo-SSPX twisting the words of St. Paul to justify their policy of "inclusiveness")


    Dear faithful from Aldergrove and Post Falls,

    Below are a few quotes taken from the Neo-SSPX school in Calgary, Alberta (Canada). It is the official school policy, which they had to have approved by the government in order to get funding by the Province of Alberta. I have put some words in red.

    Examples of Unacceptable Behaviour include:
    (...)
    b) Acts of bullying, harassment or intimidation because of a school member’s race,
    religious beliefs, colour, physical disability, mental disability, age, ancestry, place of
    origin, marital status, source of income, family status, gender, gender identity,
    gender expression and sexual orientation.
    (...)
    The Board will not tolerate harassment, bullying, intimidation or discrimination of
    students or staff as provided for in the Alberta Human Rights Act or the Canadian
    Charter of Rights and Freedoms which includes discrimination on the basis of an
    individual’s actual or perceived differences, including sexual orientation, gender identity
    and gender expression.
    (...)
    1. This procedure has been developed to:
    (...)
    3. (c) provide training consistent with the traditional Catholic faith for all teachers
    and other staff that promotes a welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning
    environment that respect diversity and fosters a sense of belonging including with
    respect to gender identity and gender expression;
    4. (d) provide resources consistent with traditional Catholic teaching on social
    relationships and to support students who require assistance as a result of their
    gender identity or gender expression. As St. Paul reminds us, “For in Christ
    Jesus, you are all children of God, through faith. There is neither Jew nor Greek,
    neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in
    Christ.” (Galatians 3:27-28

    I think it is really bad to twist the meaning of St. Paul's words to fit in with the freemasonic doctrine of "inclusion", especially when we know how the same Apostle condemned homosexuality with such strong words as the ones he used in his epistle to the Romans (chap. 1, 24-28 ).

    I know our schools need money. But what's the point of having our own schools, if it's to adopt and conform to the world views?

    For the full document:
    https://static1.squarespace.com/static/589e375cdb29d6ccb2aade51/t/5b7219534ae23702f3f6a8a6/1534204243526/Welcome+and+Caring+Policy.pdf

    Watch and pray, and BE STRONG!

    Fr. Girouard






    Offline Matthew

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    Re: SSPX school in Calgary "forced" to accept nondiscrimination requirement
    « Reply #17 on: October 02, 2018, 06:09:02 PM »
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  • Listen to Fr. Girouard!  

    :applause:

    Glad to hear that some priests still have their Catholic sense, and aren't on a slippery slope of conforming to the modern world.


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    Re: SSPX school in Calgary "forced" to accept nondiscrimination requirement
    « Reply #18 on: October 03, 2018, 12:53:27 AM »
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  • ... It is the official school policy, which they had to have approved by the government in order to get funding by the Province of Alberta. ...
    So, it is about funding, but that's not the whole of it.
    I believe that SSPX schools in Australia also receive government funding. There was a thread about is quite a while back. Yes better to close schools than to accept filthy lucre.

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    Re: SSPX school in Calgary "forced" to accept nondiscrimination requirement
    « Reply #19 on: October 03, 2018, 09:38:12 AM »
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  • MOVING TOWARD "human respect " INSTEAD OF FIGHTING FOR THE "RIGHTS OF CHRIST THE KING ".


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    Re: SSPX school in Calgary "forced" to accept nondiscrimination requirement
    « Reply #20 on: October 03, 2018, 06:40:55 PM »
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  • I work for a school that does that not accept a dime of government money. We write, produce, and teach our own curriculum on the Classical model. We are accredited by three independent agencies.  While recognized by the state as a school, we are not beholden to them in what, how, or who we teach.  We obliged only to obey city fire, health, safety, and zoning laws, same as any business or public building.  

    There are many sacrifices. I will probably never retire.  I'm poor as far as worldly standards. We don't have luxurious facilities. We aren't "up to date" with students using technology.  (Students are not permitted to carry phones.  They are turned off and kept in the office until dismissal time.) 

    We cover US grades K - 8.  At present, all but grades 3 and 7 are full. There are two seats in grade 3, one in grade 7.  The school opened in September of 1948 in response to concerned parents.  We're proof it CAN be done.

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  • So keep an "eye ball" on St John Bosco school in Calgary, will they tighten their belts and roll up their sleeves and suffer for the sake of their children and educate them without the moral influence of government funding or will they try to sneak another half a million and force sodomite principals down the throats of the children, or will they say "We cannot survive without gay money from the government." and shut the school down. If they shut down the parents will have 3 choices, public or NO private schools (which have the GSA policy) or homeschool. 
    These parents and children need prayers. 

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  • According to the school's website:

    "About Us
    St. John Bosco Private School is an independent school affiliated with the Alberta Charitable Society of St. Pius X.  The majority of the students come from St. Dennis Parish, however, Catholic and non-Catholic students from the community may apply for enrollment.  Students are transported to school by their parents.  Traditional Catholic teachings are emphasized and the Alberta Program of Studies is followed."
    https://www.stdennis.ca/sjb-welcome

    What's the "Alberta Program of Studies" which "is followed?"

    Here's the website: https://education.alberta.ca/topic-search?searchMode=3

    Here's what the program stipulates for Catholic schools:

    "RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (ROMAN CATHOLIC/UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC) 15–25–35 AND RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD 35
    In Catholic schools, students participate in a religious education program that is authorized by the Bishops of Alberta. Catholic high schools offer Religious Education (Roman Catholic) 15–25–35 and Religions of the World 35. In Catholic high schools offering the Religious Education (Ukrainian Catholic) program, students participate in a religious education program that is authorized by the Bishop of the local eparchy.
    http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/mychildslearning/highschool_religious.html

    Quite a bit more here: http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/mychildslearning/highschool_religious_subject.html?section=religious15#0





     

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