We Want To Know: Your Reactions To School Closing News

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This week, the Archdiocese of Newark announced plans to close St. Patrick’s High School in Elizabeth and seven other elementary schools due to declining enrollments and financial issues. The Diocese of Metuchen also announced plans to close St. Cecelia’s School in Iselin at the end of the current school year.

If your children attend one of the affected schools, or you are an alumni, what is your reaction to the decision?


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1 comment for “We Want To Know: Your Reactions To School Closing News

  1. DCassidy
    February 29, 2012 at 5:27 pm

    The Archbishop of Newark and his spokesperson are lying when they cite declining enrollment as a reason for closing St. Patrick High School in Elizabeth. The school has the same number of students enrolled today as it had in the mid 1990s. Was the Archbishop of Newark sent to administer the shutdown of the Catholic Church in northern New Jersey, or to BUILD the Kingdom of God? On this page one can see many of the properties the Archdiocese is selling or renting in four counties: http://www.rcan.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=category.display&category_ID=56 Archbishop Myers may be a successful real estate magnate, but as a shepherd and evangelist he has failed miserably. He should resign and let a real spiritual leader take his place.

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