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Brett Krutzsch Jun 21
I’m so proud of my alma mater for refusing to fire a gay teacher despite the insistence of the Archdiocese who decreed today that can never again call itself .
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Seth Jacobson, PhD Jun 20
THIS! This is what leadership looks like! It’s exactly the kind of courageous leadership that the Church needs right now. Would love to see this happen in Philly!
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Parker Jun 20
“What we say and how we say it, our every word and gesture, ought to express God’s compassion, tenderness, and forgiveness for all.” - Pope Francis
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Brebeuf Jesuit Jun 20
An important message for the Brebeuf Jesuit community.
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Coach Nick Estey Jun 20
I am proud and honored each and every day that I am a coach at , but today, I’m especially proud.
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Kevin Morton Jun 20
I will always be grateful for this amazing school
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Caroline Todd Jun 20
seeing "men and women for others" in action is a beautiful sight. i couldn't be prouder.
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Tim Ebner Jun 20
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Mark Ryan Jun 20
Replying to @BrebeufJesuit
It is right and just.
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MaryAnneWilson Jun 20
An Archbishop told a Jesuit school to fire a gay teacher. They said no Leaders of Brebeuf, we salute you!
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Tucker Jun 20
Thank you, and Brian Paulson SJ for your heroic stance.
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Jenna 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 20
Very proud to be Jesuit-educated.
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racey7 Jun 20
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Colleen Brown Jun 20
Great, and honorable decision. , living the motto!
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John Porzuczek Jun 20
Thank you for standing firm in your commitment to ALL men and women despite the unprecedented action taken by ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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Knitting Nun Jun 21
Does the Archdiocese delve into the private lives and relationships of ALL teaching staff and ask that they be removed if they don’t fully adhere to catholic teaching ?
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Joel Leader Jun 20
Change is hard and sometimes not so popular. But if we wait for everyone to be onboard, then we will never change. If it’s best for kids, it’s what we do
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Nelly Maluki 1m
Here we are. Being brave means willing to act long before you're ready! . ; speak up; show up and connect! # being your own gold star
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D.A.L. Jun 20
I’m hoping celebrates these brave and compassionate trustees and Jesuit Brothers.
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Cecilia Gonzalez-Andrieu Jun 20
Sending prayers of support to for their courageous leadership of inclusion and for witnessing to young people that "God is love" means exactly that. Let's show them some love!
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