(iStockphoto/JerryPDX) Hate at Seton Hall: Priest alleges he was fired for supporting LGBT rights on Facebook
"I've been fired from SHU for posting a pic on FB supporting LGBT "NO H8". I'm sorry it was met with this response"
May 17, 2015 6:37PM (UTC)
Here's a window into the state of Catholic universities today: A priest who directed campus ministries at New Jersey's Seton Hall University
said he was fired for -- get this -- a Facebook post supporting LGBT rights.
NJ.com has the story:
Rev. Warren Hall posted on Twitter Friday afternoon that he was "fired from SHU for posting a pic on FB supporting LGBT 'NO H8.' I'm sorry it was met with this response. I'll miss my work here."
I've been fired from SHU for posting a pic on FB supporting LGBT "NO H8". I'm sorry it was met with this response. I'll miss my work here
— Warren Hall (@Warrmeister)
May 15, 2015
"Seton Hall University does not comment on personnel matters," spokeswoman Laurie Pine said in a statement. "The Archbishop of Newark appoints the Director of Campus Ministry, who serves at his discretion."
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