Travis Sterling, the executive director of the Illinois GOP, said Morrison’s response is an attempt to distract from the actual message of the ad.
The controversial former Avondale priest says he’s still in hiding to avoid being committed to a mental institution by Cardinal Blase Cupich.
The group was formed by two Chicago-area women, reacting to the Trump administration decision to trash school guidelines for transgender students.
She wants Chicago Public Schools to have 24-hour drop in centers; LGBTQ youth struggling with homelessness would have a locker and a place to sleep.
“If there are 300 religious institutions in Chicago, one of them did this. Two hundred ninety-nine are saying, ‘We will never do this.”
Many also say a federal law is needed to protect LGBTQ people from bias in employment, public accommodations, housing and credit.
Speaking from an “undisclosed location,” the Rev. Paul Kalchik said church leaders tried to send him to a mental institution in Maryland.
“It has become clear to me that Fr. Kalchik must take time away from the parish to receive pastoral support,” Cupich told Resurrection parishioners.
Purdue instead called the male and female students who donned a crown “homecoming royalty.”
Protesters gathered Wednesday outside Resurrection Catholic Church, where Rev. Paul Kalchik last week burned an LGBTQ-friendly flag on church grounds.
“What have we done wrong other than destroy a piece of propaganda?” Rev. Paul Kalchik said after burning a rainbow flag that once hung at his church.
The group said children are more likely to have better physical and mental health with such support.
India’s Supreme Court struck down a colonial-era law that made gay sex punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
India’s supreme court on Thursday struck down a colonial-era law that made gay sex punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
Dejanay Stanton, a 24-year-old transgender woman, was killed in a shooting last week. It was the 18th homicide of a transgender American this year.