Perspective is a funny thing.
The phrase originated, Google tells me, with the Quakers, who have an admirable commitment to integrity, but interesting notions of where truth is to be found, which seem to me to veer towards the subjective.
[UPDATE Paul Priest has kindly posted the relevant passage from The Great Divorce here. It is well worth reading. You will notice that I mis-remembered: his interlocutor is not his Guardian Angel, but a friend who had died and gone to heaven before him.]
She thinks she is speaking the truth; we think the Church is.
It's all a matter of perspective: and naturally, I think it is hers that is perverted, and she thinks it is mine.
As Catholics, of course, we submit to the judgement of the Church - or not, as the case may be.
NB This has nothing to do with academic freedom. It has to do with intellectual honesty. She can teach, say or write whatever she wants. What she may not do, we believe, is pass off her anti-Catholic views as Catholic. That is dishonest.