The former manager of an event center owned by a Catholic church is suing the church because it had a morals clause in its contract banning LGBT events.  The dispute began three years ago when a group of African-American LGBT activists asked to use the Ambridge Event Center in Portland, Oregon.  The application was turned down because the center is owned by the Holy Rosary Catholic Church. The church had a morals clause in the agreement under which Holladay Investors was managing it the

center. Ambridge manager Alan Peters apologized to the LGBT organization and said “he would update the center’s policies to affirm compliance with the law and would re-train employees.”  The for-profit company soon hired an LGBT employee as well. Now, Courthouse News reports Ambridge is suing the church because soon after the conflict with the black LGBT group, it terminated the Holladay Investors contract to manage the facility. READ MORE