🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨 WARNING 🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨
🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨 WARNING 🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨
Last year we wrote about the FSSPX’s school (Saint Michael’s) in Burghclere, England and their very disturbing handbook in the post, The SSPX’s “Child Protection Policy” endorsed masturbation, sodomy, obscenity, pornography, etc.... Supporters of the SSPX hemmed and hawed over the handbook stating that Call Me Jorge... made it up, misrepresented the facts, was out to get the Society, and our favorite — that the handbook was from last year and it was old news. Well buckle-up because another one of the Society’s schools has done it again. This time it is the St. John Bosco Private School in Alberta, Canada. We can already hear the defenders clamoring that the website says, “St. John Bosco Private School is an independent school affiliated with the Alberta Charitable Society of St. Pius X.” ‘See, it says “affiliated” it doesn’t say it’s part of it!’
Links to the two handbooks of St. John Bosco Private School:
So what do the 2018—2019 handbooks state?
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From the 2018—2019 Policy Handbook, Preface, page 4.
The offending pages can be found in the 2018—2019 Policy Handbook, (pp. 45 - 48), and in the Welcome & Caring Policy, (pp. 4 - 9).
The Board that runs the school will not tolerate bullying or discrimination on the basis of an individual’s actual or perceived differences, including sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
It gets worse. The Board requires that its school and staff promote a welcoming...safe learning environment that respects diversty as reflected in An Act to Support Gay-Straight Alliances.
And it continues, support and affirm dignity while respecting diversity, gender identity and gender expression.
At this point don’t you feel like throwing up?
Well, there you have it. Another school of the SSPX is violating the natural law in its handbooks again. If these are hoops that the government of Alberta, Canada makes a school jump through, why have a school at all? If they put these policies in the handbook but do not intend to follow them, wouldn’t this be deceitful to say the least? We don’t recall the early martyrs offering incense to the pagan gods. If neither, why are they in the handbook? Furthermore, does the SSPX not understand the difference between sex and gender? It pains us at Call Me Jorge... to write this but is there any difference these days between the members of the Society and the conservatives in the Novus Ordo?
We cannot imagine that St. John Bosco and Abp. Lefebvre would be
pleased with the handbooks of the St. John Bosco Private School.
— NOTES —
In case the document gets taken down as typical does, we have put the pages quoted from the 2018—2019 Policy Handbook below.