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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

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Kim

This is an accurate diagnosis. I work in a public school, and we are explicitly forbidden to talk about any religion or show any signs of our own religious "preference." Yet in the parent education room, there is a poster of "The Ten Commandments" which is a list of scary new age platitudes. We have a full department in our school district called "Out for Equity" which ensures that all schools are meeting the district "equity" guidelines, complete with school visits to ensure compliance. "Equity" means gender neutral and of course no "heterosexualism." It certainly is a tyranny, meant to indoctrinate the young.
The kids I work with do not have families that will take them out of the system or homeschool. What are Catholics to do for these broken families? The public school is their only resource.

Maylenis

Aritcels like this make life so much simpler.

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