Here is another glaring example of the ongoing battle between lesbian-led, radical second and third-wave feminists and Christian men. When Patrick Haggerty, Superintendent of the Catholic schools for the Helena diocese of Butte, Montana was told that one of his middle school teachers, Shaela Evenson, was unmarried and pregnant, he fired her. You’d think, from the response, that he’d killed her.
Eight years earlier, when Ms. Evenson was hired by the Butte Central Roman Catholic middle school as a sixth, seventh and eighth grade literature teacher, she signed a contract that clearly stated that she was to respect the religious and moral teachings of the Catholic Church. This applied, not only in her professional life, but to her personal life as well.
The “morality” clause clearly stated that the employee was not to engage in activities which are in direct conflict with the teachings of the Catholic Church. These included, among others things, entering into a same-sex marriage, becoming pregnant outside wedlock or having an abortion. All employees understood that becoming involved with any activity deemed sinful by the Catholic Church, would result in immediate termination from the school.
Obviously, Ms. Evenson thought that since she was considered an “excellent teacher” that the diocese would give her a pass. She thought WRONG. Her ability to teach literature pales in comparison to the negative impact she was having, as an unmarried, pregnant teacher, on the 12, 13, and 14 year olds in her charge. She chose to get pregnant, despite signing a contract that clearly explained what the outcome would be if she chose that route. Mr. Haggerty’s decision to fire her could not have come as a surprise.
Mr. Haggerty released a statement in which he said, “The Catholic moral teaching is that the sacrament of marriage is a holy union between a man and a woman. And we certainly believe and we teach our children who attend our schools about the sacrament of marriage. That’s as old as our church. Not only do we teach that to the children kindergarten through 12th grade, but we’re held to that standard as well.” And as a result , Mr. Haggerty went on to say, Ms. Evenson, “made a willful decision to violate the terms of her contract.”
But no, Ms. Evenson thought she should be allowed to continue to teach 12 year olds at a Catholic school while being unmarried and 8 months pregnant, so, she is now suing the school.
It always amazes me how little self-respect radical feminists have for themselves as they publicly pursue litigation for redress of their shameful personal behavior which inevitably exposes them to nationwide ridicule for their ill-advised sexual exploits as well. But, I find it even more amazing that they actually think they’re right and that they are somehow above the law, and, in Ms. Evenson’s case, that the centuries old, Christian rules and regulations, do not apply to them.
My guess is that Ms. Evenson is looking for cash, at the expense of the Church. Let’s hope she does not get a female feminist judge to hear her case because Ms. Evenson is already being supported by the female feminist principal of her school, Kerrie Hellyer, who told a local Butte Montana newspaper, the Montana Standard, that she couldn’t elaborate but she did manage to say that Ms. Evenson was “an excellent teacher.”
Aw Gee. It’s just so sad that she happens to be an irresponsible slut too!