"Draining Catholic Schools of Religion is Illiberal" writes UK Journalist
(26.04.2012) Brendan O’Neill, writing in the Telegraph, said: “The attempt to drain religious schools of religion is a highly illiberal, intolerant exercise. Catholic schools have a certain amount of leeway to teach the Catholic view on life, sex and relationships. If they didn't, then they wouldn't be "Catholic schools" – they'd just be "schools".
Andrea Minichiello Williams, CEO of Christian Concern, said: “The outrage caused because Catholic schools want to teach Catholic values brilliantly displays the intolerance and hypocrisy of the secular lobby, which wants to remove the Christian faith from this nation. Why shouldn’t Catholics affirm marriage according to their faith? Parents should be able to send their children to a school which reflects their values. Tolerance cuts both ways.”
Both answered the outrage expressed by secularists on Catholic schools teaching Catholic contents. More details on the concrete case here...