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Catholic diocese lays down the law in Iowa: No made-up pronouns, no boys in girls' sports, students to use bathrooms corresponding with their real sex

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The Catholic Diocese of Des Moines has taken a significant stand against woke ideology and LGBT activism. As of Monday, the southwestern Iowa diocese — headed by 60-year-old Bishop William M. Joensen — will be enforcing new rules in 17 schools, four Catholic hospitals, and 80 parishes, thereby buttressing old common sense and enraging radical leftists.

New rules

The diocese's "Gender Identity Guide and Policies" document sets out seven policies, all binding for diocesan parishes, schools, organizations, and other institutions of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Des Moines. They do not apply, however, to passersby, occasional vendors, and others who "may be on church-related premises who are not acting in an official capacity."

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