CES-Government-PSHE roundup

James Preece has a roundup of posts on the Government-CES-PSHE affair: see Ed Balls: Catholic Schools "must explain how to access an abortion". This morning two other good posts were published that are worthy to be added to the list:

Cranmer in his post Teaching abortion in an ‘enlightened’ and ‘non-judgmental’ way gives a good analysis of the way in which terms like "non-judgemental" are being used to erode the freedoms for Catholics and others that developed over three centuries. As he rightly says:
One cannot be ‘neutral’ about sex, sexuality or the sanctity of life without being indifferent.
Joanna Bogle gets to the key point that many clergy and laity now have no confidence in the CES and that a fresh start is needed.

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