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Two men, both teachers at different Catholic schools, married in 2017. Now, the differences in how their employers treated them stands in the middle of a court case against the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. Joshua Payne-Elliott, who had not been publicly identified before now, was fired from his teaching position at Cathedral High School after the church directed the school to fire him. He was not alone. His husband, Layton Payne-Elliott, teaches at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School and, unlike Joshua, his school...

In the mid-nineties, I was a closeted gay student at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School in Indianapolis. Now, I am an openly gay professor of religion and LGBTQ politics. I never imagined when I was a teenager that Brebeuf Jesuit would make national news for supporting a gay teacher. But last week the Archdiocese of Indianapolis decreed that Brebeuf Jesuit should never again call itself a Catholic institution because the school refused to fire a faculty member who is in a same-sex...

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