INDIANAPOLIS — Cathedral High School, which gained national attention when it fired a gay teacher to meet the Catholic archdiocese’s policy, has reached a settlement with their former employee.
RTV6, an ABC affiliate in Indianapolis, reported that the school had reached a separation settlement with the teacher and will be helping them find a new job.
The teacher, who wishes to not be identified, was fired last month from Cathedral, per orders from the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, for being in a same-sex marriage. A little over two weeks later, the two parties have found “mutual satisfaction” that will “benefit of both parties.”
According to a statement by Delaney & Delaney, the school is working with the teacher to help with future employment options for the teacher.
The TV station did not have any information on a monetary settlement and was contacting the archdiocese for comment.