Archdiocese of Cincinnati Cincinnati Archdiocese Revises Moral Clauses In Teacher Contracts By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Mar 12, 2015 The Cincinnati Archdiocese plans to update teacher contract language following a committee's suggestions on morality clauses. Cleveland Diocese Expands Teacher Morality Clauses By Ohio Public Radio • May 14, 2014 The Cleveland Catholic Diocese has joined its counterpart in Cincinnati in requiring its elementary school teachers to sign controversial employment contracts. Cincinnati Archdiocese Will Require Strict Moral Code In Teachers Contracts By Associated Press • Apr 3, 2014 Gay relationships, abortions and artificial insemination are some of the actions the Archdiocese of Cincinnati is specifically banning in its teacher contract for next year. Jury Rules For Fired Pregnant Teacher By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Jun 4, 2013 A jury has found the Cincinnati Archdiocese discriminated against a teacher fired after she became pregnant through artificial insemination. Suit Filed By Pregnant Teacher Goes To Trial Today By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • May 28, 2013 Opening statements begin today in the trial of a teacher's lawsuit alleging The Cincinnati Archdiocese violated anti-discrimination laws by firing her over her pregnancy from artificial insemination. Ohio Diocese Defends Firing Unmarried Pregnant Teacher By Associated Press • Feb 25, 2013 A Roman Catholic archdiocese in Ohio has denied discriminating against an unmarried Catholic school teacher who says she was fired because she was pregnant. Students To Protest Firing Of Popular School Official By Jim Letizia • Feb 12, 2013 Students at Purcell Marian Catholic High School in Cincinnati are planning a series of protests this week against the decision to fire a popular administrator.