Originally Posted by Ligeia
I agree with the general principle (re: silencing dissenting opinions) but, again, we're talking Catholicism: a central point to the faith is that the Church has a high degree of infallibility and could not be wrong on this point.
actually, i meant it in a different way - the refusal to participate in silence. the rest of the school was taking a vow of silence in favour of the anti-abortion cause. she refused to take part in that, meaning she did not want to be compelled to be silent along with everyone else.
sometimes, and i have no idea wif this is the case here, a child does not get to choose the school their parents enroll them in. perhaps she had no choice but t o be there. dunno.