The running controversy over LGBT people being fired from jobs in Catholic schools and parishes has mostly quieted down in the last month. That silence, though, is probably due more to the fact that schools are on break and parishes are in “lite” mode for the summer than because of any moratorium on firings.
The topic surfaced again this week with news that one fired teacher is filing an equal opportunity claim against the Catholic school that fired him.
Flint Dollar, who was fired from his job as a music teacher at Mount de Sales Academy, Macon, Georgia, when it was learned that he intended to marry a man.
Dollar has had a difficult time seeking legal recourse in this situation. This week, his lawyer announced that they found grounds to make a legal case against the school. National Public Radioreports:
Since neither federal law nor state law…