Last week we reported about Mike Moroski a straight married devout Catholic and vice principal at the Cincinnati, OH Archdiocese run Purcell Marian High School who was threatened, harassed and placed Moroski on administrative leave since Feb. 4 over a blog post that Moroski made on his personal blog in support of gay marriage.
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati officially fired Moroski on Monday.
ABC News picked up the story and reports:
In order to keep his job, Moroski would also have to create an “action plan” for himself detailing how he planned to live with morality, he said.
“I really, really believe in my conscience and the morals I’ve developed in my lifetime in the Catholic Church,” he said. “I knew from the get-go I wasn’t going to take [the post] down.”
On Monday he received a phone call telling him he was terminated.
“I definitely never thought I would lose my job over something like this,” Moroski said. “I have experienced God more in the past week than my entire life. I feel like I’m on the right track.”
Watch Moroski talk about his experience below.