In other words, if a college even just rents out a room for a religious purpose they cannot get any money. Isn't this sort of reverse discrimination. Yet there is going to be plenty of money given out for planned parenthood and abortions in these colleges.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:45 PM on Feb. 14, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Anon 6:05 The religious colleges are there to influence the students. My son is Jewish but all of the good colleges with stellar teaching programs around here are Catholic ones. All of them expect them to attend Mass every day and they expect them to take a Theology class. It's mandatory. My son is secure in his Faith annd had no problem with it, he finds religions interesting. religious colleges rightly expect their students to attend religious services and to uphold a certain religious standard of values and morals. Public colleges are very different.
Answer by Anonymous at 6:24 PM on Feb. 14, 2009
What stacymomof2 said.
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