When the University of Illinois fired Kenneth Howell--who like Brant, John and myself is a Senior Fellow for the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology--for teaching the Catholic Church's understanding of homosexuality, we saw one of the clearest examples of what Pope Benedict has come to call "the dictatorship of relativism". Howell was teaching an introductory course on Catholicism. The university however claimed that Howell was "intolerant" and therefore fired him--"tolerance" was demanded of all views it would seem, except traditional Christian perspectives.
Of course, thanks in large part to the public outcry the followed his dismissal, the school was eventually forced to reverse itself and ended up hiring Dr. Howell back.
Now the whole story is available here. This is a fascinating read.
(This post has been slightly edited since originally posted thanks to a correction offered by Estaban Vazquez. See the discussion in the comment-box.)