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01/05/2012

Santorum, Gallagher, and Opus Dei: To what Heights?

by Jeremy Hooper

Over the years, Rick Santorum has made attempts to distance himself from Opus Dei, the controversial, far-right Catholic organization. But that's kind of weird, considering he -- like National Organization For Marriage personality and Santorum speech vetter, Maggie Gallagher -- financially supports and sends his child(ren) to The Heights, a Maryland. boys school that is all about Opus Dei teachings:

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SOURCE: The Heights School Annual Report, 2010-2011

Just putting it out there.

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