No way to turn off being Catholic, court told

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That’s what a McGill prof testified at the court case between Loyola HighSchool in Montreal and the provincial government. Loyola is fighting having  to offer the new religion & ethics course. Loyola contends that this course is not really “value free” but rather imposes a relativistic philosophy which is not consistent with Catholic education.

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  1. It is refreshing to hear that Catholic institutions are finally taking an open stand against this subtle threat to the welfare of our families, and the future of the Church and world.

    It will be interesting as we watch this develop.

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