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Offline Matthew

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Yes, we all know - immorality reigns at Public School
« on: April 07, 2012, 01:28:02 PM »
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  • We don't need to read graphic details of what goes on in public schools.

    I had to delete a thread about two 3rd graders (9 year olds) committing grave sins against the sixth commandment in a public school classroom.

    Most of us here on CathInfo wouldn't send our children to public school, even if that were the only option!

    Personally, I'd rather see my children uneducated than have their souls destroyed in a godless, pagan public school.

    The immorality that passes for normal there is legendary.
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    Offline ServusSpiritusSancti

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    Yes, we all know - immorality reigns at Public School
    « Reply #1 on: April 07, 2012, 03:25:00 PM »
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    Personally, I'd rather see my children uneducated than have their souls destroyed in a godless, pagan public school.


    Agreed.


    Offline TraditionalistThomas

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    Yes, we all know - immorality reigns at Public School
    « Reply #2 on: April 08, 2012, 12:39:22 AM »
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    We don't need to read graphic details of what goes on in public schools.

    I had to delete a thread about two 3rd graders (9 year olds) committing grave sins against the sixth commandment in a public school classroom.

    Most of us here on CathInfo wouldn't send our children to public school, even if that were the only option!

    Personally, I'd rather see my children uneducated than have their souls destroyed in a godless, pagan public school.

    The immorality that passes for normal there is legendary.


    Not sure if the public school system is different in America than it is in Australia, but I can imagine they would be similar. I go to a public school. It's better than most, however I'm the only practising Catholic there. I would never send kids to a public primary school, however financial difficulties prevent many Catholics from sending their kids to private Catholic schools. They are typically quite expensive.

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    Yes, we all know - immorality reigns at Public School
    « Reply #3 on: April 08, 2012, 07:30:05 AM »
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    Personally, I'd rather see my children uneducated than have their souls destroyed in a godless, pagan public school.


    Agreed.


    Agreed as well. Unfortunately that would be a controversial statement even among trads.

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    Yes, we all know - immorality reigns at Public School
    « Reply #4 on: April 08, 2012, 09:59:51 AM »
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    Personally, I'd rather see my children uneducated than have their souls destroyed in a godless, pagan public school.



    The amount of lies and falsehoods which are being pumped into the brains of the present generation of children can hardly be called education anyway. They isolate them from looking at the state of the world as it is today in the light of the genuine history of mankind. Otherwise they would see how insane the world truly has become.

    They are indoctrination camps being used to make 'masons without aprons' out of the children that are entrusted to them.

    The vile stream of impurity which runs through such schools is also horrifying, indeed. It mercilessly defiles the youthful flower of innocence and chastity, as it is trampled underfoot.


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    Yes, we all know - immorality reigns at Public School
    « Reply #5 on: April 09, 2012, 08:07:20 PM »
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    We don't need to read graphic details of what goes on in public schools.

    I had to delete a thread about two 3rd graders (9 year olds) committing grave sins against the sixth commandment in a public school classroom.

    Most of us here on CathInfo wouldn't send our children to public school, even if that were the only option!

    Personally, I'd rather see my children uneducated than have their souls destroyed in a godless, pagan public school.

    The immorality that passes for normal there is legendary.


    Not sure if the public school system is different in America than it is in Australia, but I can imagine they would be similar. I go to a public school. It's better than most, however I'm the only practising Catholic there. I would never send kids to a public primary school, however financial difficulties prevent many Catholics from sending their kids to private Catholic schools. They are typically quite expensive.


    What about homeschooling? Homeschooling is far better than a "catholic" school.

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    Yes, we all know - immorality reigns at Public School
    « Reply #6 on: April 10, 2012, 01:27:39 PM »
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    We don't need to read graphic details of what goes on in public schools.
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    Personally, I'd rather see my children uneducated than have their souls destroyed in a godless, pagan public school.

    The immorality that passes for normal there is legendary.


    Imagine my dismay at having said exactly this at three traddy schools and being punished for having done so.

    The world is really turning upside-down.   :cry:   You'd think they would be trying their hardest to make saints, or at the very least, good little soldiers of Christ.


     

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