Michigan to Pay Catholic Agency $550,000 for Trying to Force it to Place Children in LGBT Homes
Michael Foust : Jan 28, 2022
"The teaching of the Catholic Church and, hence, the adoption policy of Saint Vincent is rooted in both faith and reason: That children, on the whole, do best in life when they grow up with a mom and dad who are married to each other." -Rich Budd, director of marriage and family life for the Diocese of Lansing
[ChristianHeadlines.com] Citing a recent US Supreme Court decision, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has agreed to pay a Catholic adoption agency $550,000 in attorney's fees after it tried to force the faith-based organization to place children in same-sex homes. (Image: Pixabay)
The controversy began in 2019, when the department—backed by the state attorney general—said it would end its contract with St. Vincent Catholic Charities because of the organization's Bible-based policy of preferring homes with a married father and mother. St. Vincent is one of the state's oldest adoption and foster agencies... Subscribe for free to Breaking Christian News here
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