John F. Banzhaf III claims the school "[denies Muslim students] equal access to the benefits CUA provides to other student groups,"....
..It is alleged that CUA does not provide space -- as other universities do -- for the many daily prayers Muslim students must make, forcing them instead to find temporarily empty classrooms where they are often surrounded by Catholic symbols which are incongruous to their religion. Furthermore, it appears that Muslims on campus may even be forced to do their meditation in the school's chapels or in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception – hardly places where students of a very different religion are likely to feel very comfortable.
Where's my kleenex? I'm all choked up.
If Catholic institutions - whose purpose it is to train future Catholic evangelists - are going to employ and admit people disgusted and offended by Catholicism, they ought to have the decency to give them a room where they can perform rituals without having to look at Christ hanging on a Crucifix?
You know something, there's no place for prostitutes to turn tricks in between classes either.
How about consenting adults who want to expose themselves?
Look at porn?
Maybe there should be a room on every floor of Catholic schools for all the things offensive to Christ?
The priests and administrators can pretend they don't know what's happening so they don't have to do anything about it. They've got that down to a science.
Of course it would be standing room only after the Jesuits crammed the place.
Maybe we could put one in every parish?
The room would need a patron saint.
I've got it! Bernadin-Hehir!