By Walter Mencken, April 29, 2013
OLW's new mascot, the "Queen of Clubs"
It is so sad that there is a great deal of truth in this piece. Non-public education is a growth industry now, and any school that can claim religious function is able to do just about anything it wants to do, regardless of the neighbors, the zoning, the city, and anyone else thinks. There was a time when those parochial schools were quiet, self-effacing, and--let's face it--poor. Those times are just a memory now, and that is why this is all too true.
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