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College campuses are a true breeding ground for LGBT propaganda. Even Catholic universities are promoting the homosexual lifestyle. Church Militant's Kristine Christlieb is bringing us the details.
One way to measure the growing drift of Catholic higher education into the homosexual camp is the Campus Pride Index. The online campus guide to the most homosexual-friendly colleges includes 36 private institutions. Nine of them are Catholic.
All the colleges qualifying for inclusion are ranked according to their level of support for LGBT students, with the most supportive being given four stars.
Three Catholic universities have received that four-star rating: Georgetown, Gonzaga and Loyola Marymount in Los Angeles.
Not far behind with a 3.5-star rating are Regis University, Spalding University and the University of San Diego.
The lower third of the group includes Fordham, Santa Clara University and Xavier.
Geographically, the LGBT-friendly Catholic institutions are located primarily on the coasts and in blue states.
While the University of Notre Dame isn't in the Campus Pride Index, it opposes organizations that try to uphold Church teaching on marriage.
Tradition, Family, Property Student Action volunteer (when Notre Dame police ask the group to leave campus): "What do you have to do to present Catholic doctrine at Notre Dame? It looks like discrimination. I wonder if we were on the other side ... if we were promoting same-sex 'marriage,' would they do the same thing?"
University administrators have to submit an application to be included in the Campus Pride Index. These nine institutions are deliberately trying to attract homosexual students to their campuses.
The Sycamore Trust is a Notre Dame alumni organization founded to help the university maintain its Catholic identity. It promotes campus organizations that reinforce Catholic teaching.