CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Parents met at Charlotte Catholic Wednesday night to discuss a controversial assembly held on March 21.
A nun from Nashville spoke about the origins of homosexuality.
Students told Channel 9 they thought Sister Jane Dominic Laurel was only going to speak about gender but they said she also spoke at length about homosexuality.
Many students found her words inappropriate and their parents were outraged they weren’t notified.
The diocese told Channel 9 there may be changes coming as far as alerting parents about assemblies.
“That is something that we’ll definitely be looking to change in the future and something that we’re really going to hear a lot from the parents on,” David Hains, with the Diocese of Charlotte, said.
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