Initially the CUA administration had cancelled it, citing correctly that this movie would advocate the sin of sodomy on a Catholic campus. Crud reports that the administration has capitulated (not their word but mine) and is allowing the gay propaganda to be seen on campus. Apparently they are also permitting the "Milk" screenwriter, Dustin Lance Black, to speak on campus now. As of October 17 (this past Friday) a date has not yet been set.
The Director of Campus Activities approved this rescheduling. She needs to be contacted, as well as higher officials. The word "Catholic" in the school's name has meaning. Integral to that meaning is that the campus will not permit on its grounds propaganda that would be injurious to the spiritual well-being of its students, and that only those programs that at least don't contradict Church teaching will be considered for admission to campus.
Katie Jennings, Director of Campus Activities, email@example.com
Board of Trustees, CUA-Trustees@cua.edu
Please do so asap. Else this thing will soon be rescheduled.
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