Canadian Court Upholds Required Ethics and Religious Culture Program In Catholic School

Religion Clause Blog: LifeSite News reports that in Canada, Quebec’s Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of the province’s Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports refusing to exempt a Catholic school, Loyola High School, from the requirement that it offer a government-mandated course in Ethics and Religious Culture instead of  the school’s own course covering other religions and ethical creeds from a Catholic perspective.