The Catholic Diocese of Iowa opposes the wok agenda, banning preferred pronouns and specifying toilet use.
Published on 18.1.2023
The Diocese of Des Moines, Iowa is responsible for administering 17 schools and 80 parishes across the state. Monday, the diocese has set out new provisions that go against the woke agenda that threatens education and religious organizations. The diocese has been praised for taking a strong stance in banning preferred pronouns in schools and parishes and deciding that students and congregants must use bathrooms and changing rooms that match their biological sex.
Activists have complained, but supporters of these decisions see them as necessary and expected. Chuck Callesto tweets,
Breaking News: The Diocese of Des Moines, Iowa, adopts anti-awakening rules in churches and schools, banning preferred pronouns and requiring congregants to use bathrooms and locker rooms of their biological sex. The awakened activist bursts into tears…”
BREAKING REPORT: The Diocese of Des Moines, Iowa, is enacting anti-awakening rules in churches and schools, banning preferred pronouns and forcing worshipers to use bathrooms and locker rooms of their biological sex…
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Bishop William M. Joensen, 60, leads the church. In addition to numerous schools and parishes, four hospitals are also run by the diocese and will be governed by the new rules. The official policy document outlines the new rules and how the changes were decided.
A spokesperson for the diocese wrote that the rule changes were “part of a long process” aimed at addressing concerns from school and church staff about students’ sexual identity.
Anne Marie Cox, communications director for the Diocese of Des Moines, confirmed that the seven new regulations will go into effect immediately.
When attacking the diocese’s decision, progressive Iowa Sen. Claire Celsi may have momentarily overlooked the separation of church and state clause so often invoked by leftists to justify the suppression of all public religious feeling. Celsi accused the diocese of trying to alienate people, saying,
The Diocese of Des Moines attempts to shun and exclude people based on their sexual orientation and gender expression. This is clearly behavior that should NOT be allowed in schools that are already receiving $100 million in taxpayers’ money and are clamoring for more. »
The diocese’s decision is likely to spread to other states as churches and private schools are forced into the conversation by the agenda of the left. It is a program that refuses to leave certain religious groups alone. The Christian faith is protected by the Constitution, but it is considered easy prey for activists who like to attack it. It is curious that Islamists and other religious groups opposed to the LGBTQ agenda are virtually left alone while Christians are heinously sworn at and openly attacked for their religious beliefs. The Diocese of Iowa enjoys wide support for standing firm and refusing to be intimidated by repressive policies.