Michele Curay-Cramer says she loved every minute of the 18 months she spent teaching at <a href="http://www.ursuline.org/">Ursuline Academy</a>, an independent Catholic girls school in Wilmington, Delaware. Now, she finds herself out of a job and distraught over what she feels was purely <a href="http://www.delawareonline.com/newsjournal/local/2003/01/29ursulineteacher.html">personal matter.</a> It seems that a week ago, Curay-Cramers name appeared in a full page ad in the Wilmington News Journal. The ad was placed by a pro-choice group, Coalition for Choice, commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. Curay-Cramer was a religion and language arts teacher with the school. The schools reaction was swift and sure. First, they offered Curay-Cramer the opportunity to resign. Then, when she refused to resign, they canned her. Its quite simple according to the school. Ursuline is a Catholic institution and follows the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. Abortion rights is not currently in the debatable category in the Church. School administrators said that Curay-Cramer should have been aware of the schools core beliefs, especially in this area. Was the school in the right in firing her? Before you answer that, what if a pro-prayer in school teacher was fired from a public school, would that be the analogy here? Remember though, Curay-Cramer never proposed pro-choice in class.