Michael Vacca, CMF Director of Ministry and Bioethics, discusses the “collision course” of the Bostock v. Clayton County Supreme Court ruling regarding discrimination based on gender dysphoria and sexual attraction in the workplace. He examines the ramifications facing Catholic institutions, schools, hospital systems, and employers and what this ruling means for religious liberty. He elaborates on the cultural threat to natural law and what it means to be a human person.

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