Saturday, 27 March 2010

The Proper Schooling, Part. 1

I have found that college. St. Bonaventure's, in Newfoundland! The Jesuits in Newfoundland, are very orthodox. They are under the Archdiocese of St. John's, and they atarted out as a Franciscan school. Then, they were transferred to the Irish Christian Brothers, then as it seems, they lost their orthodoxy, it was handed over to the Jesuits. When public funding of religious schools was out-lawed by the liberal Premier at the time, it closed. Then, a few years laterm they re-opened again, this time as a private school. It is very expensive, $6, 500 a year, but I think it's worth it for the proper education. I think what Canada needs, though, especially Newfoundland is a traditional school, like the ones ran by the St. Benedict Centre. It is the youngest Jesuit school in Canada.

There must be more than just this though....there must.

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