On Wednesday, October 22, 2014 8:05:37 AM UTC-5, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
I don't have numbers...but yours' are obviously biased. Non -Catholic teachers and lay teachers (no pun intended) would undoubtedly be 10 to 20% of the staff teachers. Students in the 3 to 5%...and yes I'm guessing too!
In our grammar school, we had 0% non catholic students. In high school,
out of 3200 student I knew of one. Can't be sure about the teachers,
but back them Catholic schools did not pay well so they had to be dedicated.
Back in the day (c mid '50's) that 0% figure was likely correct.
Remember back then the mantra of the nuns. We were told we shouldn't
associate with the non-Catholic kids since they would be going to hell
anyway and why get sucked in.<g>
I think of that parochial (no pun intended) attitude whenever the topic
of those "nasty Muslims" comes up.
On Thursday, October 23, 2014 6:51:36 AM UTC-5, Unquestionably Confused wro
I was in Catholic grammar school at the same time and have to say it was th
e best formation and grounding of fundamentals I could have had. This was a
large parish near Chicago...I saw nothing of any cruelty people talk about
. And yes, all our teacher were nuns (except our once a week art teacher).
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