The Rev. James St. George, who was fired from the Roman Catholic school Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia for being gay for supporting gays, has a new, much more prestigious gig — at the University of Pennsylvania. There, he’ll teach a course on religion, social justice, and urban development. “It feels good to be teaching again,” he says.

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