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Reports show the current approach is dangerous and ineffective. Catholic schools must show a better alternative

Bishop Philip Egan said the document includes ‘quite a bit of cut and paste’ from materials produced by Stonewall and LGBT Youth Scotland

The law has effectively stopped the Church from opening new academies and free schools

Gay rights group Stonewall also welcomed the booklet, but denied direct involvement

Critics say the document fails to adequately explain Church teaching on sexuality

The Archbishop of Liverpool said it was up to individual dioceses whether they opened new grammar schools

The complaint by the Catholic Education Service is in a written submission to the House of Commons Education Committee

Catholic Church still effectively blocked from opening free schools thanks to admissions’ cap

The Catholic Education Service has said that religious instruction must remain part of Catholic education

Catholic Education Service backs call for schools to regularly consult parents on sex education programmes