It is not unusual for headlines to imply something that the actual article does not assert, but sometimes headlines unintentionally imply something because they are not written well.
Children start new Catholic schools after theirs shut down
The article is actually about children who are going to different Catholic schools since their old one shut down. I was hoping for a The Little Rascals type story and I can just imagine the fun of Alfalfa, Buckwheat, Darla and others starting their own Catholic school. Despite the inevitable pratfalls I do wonder if it would be any worse than some in existence?
That would be cool…if the children made a grassroots movement to hire orthodox catholic teachers
Actually, 50 years ago a large group of Italian teenage girls specifically went to the Diocese of Wilmington and asked for their own all-girls high school. Their fathers, many of whom were first and second generation Italians and in the building trades, built the school themselves.
Knowing that the younger generation is much more conservative than their parents, it would probably be much more conservative than the one that closed down.
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