Will Georgetown exclude Catholic views on sexuality on All Souls Day?

Will Georgetown exclude Catholic views on sexuality on All Souls Day?

Georgetown, we are told, is “the oldest Catholic and Jesuit institution of higher learning in the United States.” But tonight, on a day when Catholic and many other Christians remember those who have come before us and left a legacy of faith, Georgetown’s Student Activities Commission will determine whether or not a group of students adhering to Catholic teaching on sexual morality is welcome on its campus anymore.

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