Georgetown University’s pro-biblical marriage student group, Love Saxa, is in hot water for an article one of its members wrote for the school’s newspaper, The Hoya, stating that same-sex “marriage” went against the Catholic group’s beliefs.
Two students lodged discrimination complaints against the group. Now the student-governed Student Activities Commission is considering whether to just defund Love Saxa or to kick it off the list of officially sanctioned student groups altogether. A hearing is scheduled for Monday.
Incidentally, Georgetown was originally founded on Catholic and Jesuit traditions and the student body at the private school is about fifty-percent Catholic.
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