From Amy Welborn's blog, Donna Marie Kennedy was reported to have made that comment to a Toronto newspaper:
|Donna Marie Kennedy, president of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association, says students in the separate school system are taught Catholic values as part of the curriculum, but are not graded on their level of adherence to papal edicts.|
"How can I judge someone else's faith journey?" she asked. "That's a personal relationship."
And I suppose that they don't have detention in that school, either. Is it too much to ask that they at least facilitate the students' assimilation of Catholic values in a Catholic institution?