All too often, Catholic schools in America resemble the “walking dead” (excuse the crass popular culture metaphor)—soulless versions of themselves that merely exist to spread the very entity that killed them.
This phenomenon is discussed by Richard Weaver in his book Visions of Order, in a chapter entitled “Gnostics of Education,” in which he traces the carefully orchestrated demise of public education: “There has been an extraordinary experience, a virtual educational coup d’état carried out by a specially inclined minority… the result has been an educational system not only intrinsically bad but at war with the aims of the community which

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