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Spain's socialist party would ban religion classes – even in private schools

Madrid, Spain, Oct 22, 2015 / 06:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- As Spain prepares for its general election in December, Pedro Sánchez, the leader of the nation's socialist party, has said that if …
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If parents can still do it at home or at church, then all this is doing is removing the power of teaching religion from the schools and into the hands of parents and pastors.

I don't know the situation in Spain, but if the schools were teaching a confusing or corrupted version of the faith to begin with, then perhaps this ought to be seen as a positive development, because the state is …More
If parents can still do it at home or at church, then all this is doing is removing the power of teaching religion from the schools and into the hands of parents and pastors.

I don't know the situation in Spain, but if the schools were teaching a confusing or corrupted version of the faith to begin with, then perhaps this ought to be seen as a positive development, because the state is preventing people from being deceived any longer.

If they were teaching the faith correctly and its banned, then people perhaps can see this as a cross that they must take up to follow Christ.