The Super-Duper Religious Mexicans Seem To Avoid Catholic Schools.

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    As Catholic Schools Close in Major Cities, the Need Only Grows
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/04/us/04religion.html?_r=1&hpw

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    When will somebody start pointing out the truth about this. The super-duper Mexicanos have ruined the Archdiocese of the major cities in the US. They'll only show up when they need the Church to advocate for illegal aliens or to force "leave our gangbangers alone" legislation on communities.
     
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    I heard this on the John Tesh radio " Mexicians are the happiest people in the world because of their faith". Really? i find that hard to belive.
     
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    Faith that US politicians will betray Americans and give Mexicans anything they want.
     
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    Besides the cost of tuition, many Hispanics do not send their kids to Catholic school because they have to speak English. Oh the horror!

    The clergy scandal has done irreparable harm to Catholic education. It's hard to gain back that trust.

    We saved our local Catholic high school from closing, but it's still on life support. I'm not sure if it will be operating in ten years from now - especially if the economy does not improve. :(
     
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    I guess the fear of pedo priests has finally caught up with them?
     
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    If you're here representing for Catholics, I can see why. :cuckoo:
     
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    The amasing thing is that Catholic school cost just a fraction of what public schools claim as their operating expenses per child. Over here it's $12,500/ elementary student/ yr for public schools yet some Catholic schools charge maybe $3,500/ yr and give discounts on additional children.

    Makes you wonder who pockets the rest in public schools.
     
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    Whatever happened to "Equal Protection Under The Lord!"
     
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    Catholic schools get all their operating money from tuition?
     
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    Catholic schools are not union driven.
     

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