Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver is pictured in a 2013 photo. Archbishop Aquila announced his opposition to Colorado’s proposed comprehensive sex education bill for public schools because it recognizes “many genders” and would not allow abstinence information. (CNS photo/Daniel Petty, Denver Catholic Register)

DENVER (CNS) — Colorado lawmakers are considering a bill to require all public schools and charter schools “to either use a comprehensive sex-ed curriculum that contradicts human nature and is inconsistent with Christian values, or to provide no instruction on sexuality at all,” Denver’s archbishop said in a letter read at all Masses Jan. 27.