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Issue of October 29, 2014
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print email Source: Editorial: The value of a Catholic education
A Catholic Education
January 24, 2014 | 06:18 PM

The article by "Guest Writer", Stephanie Ferriell was excellent ! Thank you. I am 72 years old and never attended a Catholic school, however we had one in the small town where I grew up in Upstate New York. My family were all devout Catholics and I often wish I had gone there. The public school was within walking distance of where we lived, however, it was still a good, well rounded education. Back then, most....if not all...public schools were a thing to be proud of...not like they are today with "brain washing," common core, unqualified teachers, etc. Thank God we still have Catholic schools and with their voucher programs and tax credit scholarships, nearly any family can afford to send their children there. Thanks again for focusing on this very important issue.

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