The Ruth Institute sent two dozen white roses to Indianapolis Archbishop Charles Thompson for his defense of Catholic teaching in the case of a teacher
at the city’s Cathedral High School involved in a “same-sex marriage.”
As Archbishop Thompson requested, the teacher in question has been separated from the school.
A statement from the Archdiocese said, “The issue is not about sexual orientation; rather, it is about our expectation that all personnel inside a Catholic
school — who are ministers of the faith — abide by all Church teachings, including the nature of marriage.”
Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D. said Roses from Ruth are “presented in gratitude for upholding the Church’s teachings on life,
marriage and human sexuality.”
Morse added: “In an era when the media does its best to enforce cultural orthodoxy, courageous defenders of Catholic doctrine deserve an expression of
Past recipients of Roses from Ruth, which was started in 2016, have included Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo, Diocese of Richmond, Archbishop Charles Chaput
of Philadelphia and Archbishop Alexander Sample of Portland, Ore.
The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization equipping Christians to defend the family in the public arena and build a Civilization of Love.
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