Friday, March 28, 2008

Further Secularization of Catholic Education in Quebec

Quebec seeps further into secularism.  Law 95, passed recently, fully removes Catholic instruction from Quebec's schools and replaces it with a course in "religious ethics" (read: education in religious indifferentism).

Cardinal Ouellet of Quebec is one of the few voices attempting to stem the tide of secularism which has overtaken Quebec since approximately 1960.  One of the worst mistakes made by Cardinal Leger of Montreal and the Quebec hierarchy was turning over all Catholic education over to the state.  Quebec is reaping the fruits of these errors in the utter lack of catechesis and religious practice.

Bonne Sainte Anne, priez pour Quebec!
Good Saint Anne, pray for Quebec!