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It Seems Strange

" It seinis strange that school authorities should be most careful about proper qualifications for those who leach secular subjects, but tiat no test should be required to tedck religion, which is the most important subject of all. We cannot accept any religious syllabus agreed upon by men, but we wish children to learn the doctrine and the commands of God given by Him to the Catholic Church. Catholic parents have a right to have their children taught by teachers properly qualified by their training and by their lives to prepare jhem for this world and for the next."

(From Rosary Sunday Pastoral of Archbishop Amigo of Southwark.)




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