Play Depicting ‘Furtive Lesbian Romance’ Performed at St. Norbert's College

At least two Catholic colleges are planning productions this academic year of the play “Stop Kiss,” which has been described as a tale of “furtive lesbian romance” that “chronicles the sexual awakening of two appealing young women as they tiptoe around mutual desire.”

St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wis., is sponsoring a production of the play in November. “After Callie meets Sara, the two unexpectedly fall in love,” according to the event description. “Their first kiss provokes a violent attack that transforms their lives in a way they could never anticipate. Mature audiences only; adult language and situations.”

The College of Saint Benedict and St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minn., is planning to perform the play in the spring. The advertisement for the production includes a disclaimer: “Adult content. Recommended for ages 14+.”
Neither college returned multiple requests for comments by the time of publication.
Father Dan Felton, vicar general and moderator of the curia for the Diocese of Green Bay, told the Newman Society that when the play at St. Norbert College came to the attention of the diocese he met immediately with senior administration to address the performance of the play. No further information was provided. The play is currently still scheduled to be performed.
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I probably spend too much time complaining about Marquette considering how utterly atrocious St. Norbert's has become.


Dad29 said...

"Has become..."???

Twenty YEARS ago I referred to the place as 'the best Methodist college in Green Bay.'

Now even Methodists would be insulted.

Badger Catholic said...

Hahaha, true. Was there a turning point or just a gradual decline?

Dad29 said...

Don't know about the progression. But I can say that the celebration of the Mass there, 20 years ago, was indicative of 'a problem.'

That's consistently the case. When they're fiddling with the Mass, all else is going to be problematic, sooner or later.