According to the Telegraph, the Headmaster of the Catholic primary School in Liverpool who has had a Civil Union with another man can't be sacked for legal reasons.
Yes he can. He can be sacked tomorrow. If he goes to an Employment Tribunal, he'll probably win. Then he'll have to be paid off. Or, if an order was made for reinstatement, the Archbishop could refuse and go to prison. Or he could close the school down; now: just before the start of term (and go to prison).
But that would mean Archbishop Kelly standing up for what the Church believes in instead of kowtowing to the state.
Does anyone have a photo of him, tieless, in smart casual, button-down collar, preferably very pale blue shirt?
How many people know that the solution to the problem of how the Liturgy is celebrated in joint Anglican/Catholic schools in Liverpool?
They don't have any.
I'd like to thank Fr Dwight for the link, but will merely tip my hat, in the circumstances.