British Bishops Under Pressure: Gov Wants No More ‘Mother’ Or ‘Father’ in School Forms

We shall see. Don’t be surprised.

The Catholic Herald: Catholic schools will be asked to remove the terms “mother” and “father” from admissions forms, after a government ruling that the terms could be too restrictive.

The Catholic Education Service has said that it will be asking schools to comply with a “unified approach” under which admissions forms omit the words. However, bishops will have the final decision over whether to accept the request for schools in the diocese. More here.