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A dual-faith based education
Family School teaches Judaism, Catholicism
Publication:Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Author:Yednak, Crystal
Date:Jun 6, 2008
 Abstract (Document Summary)

A grass-roots group of interfaith couples created the Family School in 1993 to offer a religious education program to parents who wanted their children to learn the lessons, histories and beliefs of both Judaism and Catholicism. In 8th grade, they move on to social justice and ethical decisions, examining social issues of their choice, such as homelessness or the death penalty.


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