In Washington State, where gay marriage is legal, a vice principal at a Catholic school was fired for marrying his partner. The decision to dismiss the teacher was made by the Archdiocese of Seattle. In response, students at the school protested by walking out of classes and engaging in sit ins on campus. Students at nearby Catholic schools also joined in. Reportedly, the entire school body participated. LINK Polls unequivocally show that the younger generations today overwhelmingly support marriage equality and equal protection under the law for gays, at much, much higher rates than older generations. The students at this high school changed "Change the Church" at their protests. Is this a sign of things to come? Will the Catholic Church eventually change its stance, or will it stand by its position, likely losing followers in the west with each passing year?