Glasgow, Scotland, Jul 19, 2018 / 14:42 pm
A Catholic priest in Glasgow has been removed as a university chaplain after hosting a rosary of reparation for the city's gay pride parade.
Father Mark Morris, who served as Catholic chaplain at Glasgow Caledonian University's faith and belief center as well as a parish priest at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Balornock, hosted a 'Rosary of reparation for the gross offence to God which is Pride Glasgow' at the parish.
The July 16 Rosary service was held in response to a gay pride event in the city on July 14.
After complaints from LGBT groups, University principal Pamela Gillies announced that "Following due consultation, Father Mark Morris will not return to his chaplaincy role at the university in September," the BBC reported.