The school's head said the school discourages the display of anything "supporting or opposing political candidates, positions or organizations" but would never dismiss a student for what she believes. The local bishop said he backed the decision that affirms the church's anti-abortion teachings.
The decision drew fierce backlash from alumnae who threatened to stop donating to the school and instead donate to the pro-abortion rights group.
The school had no additional comment.
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