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Friday, June 14, 2013

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Pauli

Thank you for reporting on this. I live in Cleveland, and I'm familiar with St. Ignatius High School, but my oldest son is 11, so I don't have student there yet. I wrote an email to the President, Father William Murphy, and the Principal, Daniel Bradesca, which I've posted here.

The general take on St. Ignatius is that it is a high-quality school academically and OK theologically. The latter was not the case 25 years ago, but it has improved. The main problem exists in the English department, and the chair who teaches the "multicultural" course, which I understand to be an elective.

Another slight -- or not so slight -- correction of your CWR article is that tuition is now around $14,000.

Cristina Montes

I am reminded of Flannery O' Connor's "Total Effect and the Eighth Grade".

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