When I was in Macon, a band director at the private Catholic school was fired after he decided to contract marriage with his live-in boyfriend.
I was astonished at how many Catholic students and parents protested the school administration's decision on this and made a federal case out of in the press and elsewhere. Yours truly was the brunt of some the Facebook posts, as moderate as I am.
But this seems to me to go beyond the pale when a Catholic "community" promotes secular sexual morality (amorality?) and does so in a liturgical and prayerful way.
Of course the child is the victim here on many levels including if an orthodox pastor decided not to baptize him because of the means of his conception and the male parents who have a secular agenda for the Church supported by their pastor and evidently the bishop who appoint the pastor.
Without getting hysterical, what solutions would you recommend in a world that is going through a sexual revolution that makes the one in the 1960's look like kindergarten?