Hundreds of parents sue over anti-Christian school curriculum

The Bulletin: “More than 300 parents have filed a lawsuit with the European Court of Human Rights challenging a compulsory anti-Christian curriculum in Spain’s public and private schools that promotes liberal sexuality with graphic imagery while openly bashing the Catholic Church . . . ‘The state shouldn’t usurp the right of parents to raise children according to their beliefs. Forcing students to participate in values training contrary to their convictions is a violation of basic human rights,’ said ADF Legal Counsel [Roger Kiska], who is based in Europe.” | ADF News Release