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01/13/2012

'Times' reports on Santorum, Gallagher, Opus Dei school

by Jeremy Hooper

Not sure if I'm the impetus for this, considering it was nowhere on the Internet at the time that I discovered it. But nevertheless, you should know that the New York Times is now reporting on the fact that Rick Santorum sends his kids to an Opus Dei-affiliated school:

Although he has made being a home-schooling dad part of his identity, the Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has sent two sons to The Heights. The school, for boys in grades 3-12, has also educated the sons of the Republican senators Mel Martinez and Chuck Hagel; the former F.B.I. director Louis J. Freeh; Maggie Gallagher, founder of the National Organization for Marriage; and Kate O’Beirne, an editor at National Review.
FULL: Boys’ School Affiliated With Catholic Group Draws Conservatives in Washington [NYT]

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