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Reader Invites Consideration of Catholic School
I would like to introduce you and your readers to Our Lady
Seat of Wisdom Academy, an orthodox Roman Catholic school, faithful to
the Holy Father and Magisterium This Fall will be our third year in operation.
Our mission is to continue the work of Holy Mother Church in her role
as teacher of the faithful and to supplement and extend the work of Catholic
parents in their role as primary educators of their children. We offer
small classes, high academic standards, and a strong spiritual atmosphere.
The Rosary and Angelus are prayed daily, and both students and teachers
attend Mass once a week at Christendom College.
Parents, if you are searching for a sound orthodox Catholic
environment for your son or daughter, or if you are looking to make a
change from home schooling to a traditional school environment, please
consider us. We are currently accepting applications for the 2004 - 2005
school year for grades 7 – 10, but will consider a 6th grade student
if he or she is a top student and can do 7th grade work. An entrance examination
is required. For more information please contact Mrs. Julie Baltrinic
at 540-635-9890, Fax 540-635-8822 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy is
located in the Diocese of Arlington, 65 miles west of Washington D.C.,
near Christendom College, in the Linden - Front Royal area. Jim Baltrinic
Front Royal, VA
Read Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality
Many Catholic schools have sex ed programs. However, they refer to them
as family development, chastity education, child abuse, or fertility awareness.
Strange how we are told these programs are so good and so necessary, but
dioceses are reluctant to make known the names of programs and location
of schools where they are given! Since none of these classroom programs
are acceptable according to Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality, perhaps
it would be a good idea to suggest to the readers of Les Femmes to get
a copy of the document from the Daughters of St. Paul so they know their
rights. Also suggest Mother’s Watch to obtain names and critiques
I enjoy reading Les Femmes. Keep up the good work.
E. H. Bethesda, MD