Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Catholic Education is better down under

Are you a Catholic parent who sent your kid to a "Catholic" school and found out it was nothing but? Well, that is commonplace, and Michael Voris founded an orthodox Catholic school in out of all places, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales:


The St. Mary MacKillop Colleges (K-12) in Wagga Wagga were founded just a few years ago by parents who were fed-up with the heresy taught in schools that were affiliated with modernist organizations down under. 

The school is completely orthodox, with Our Lady of the Rosary School for Girls and Christ the King School for Boys. Students and parents must sign a pledge to attend Mass at least on Sundays and holydays, or they will be expelled. 

Most of the teachers are Dominican Sisters, but there are lay teachers as well. All lay teachers must be practicing Catholics and sign the same pledge as parents and students, or they will be fired. All faculty members take the Oath Against Modernism

Now, I wish we had a school like this one in the Archdiocese of Boston. It doesn't look like we'll get one anytime soon with the current administration in place, so please pray that a traditionalist archbishop is appointed for Boston. Also, if you have any suggestions in or interest in founding an independent Catholic school in the Boston area, please email me some suggestions. 

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