New York prelate floats school plan

September 1996
Christian Century;9/25/96, Vol. 113 Issue 27, p887
Reports on New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's reactions to Roman Catholic Cardinal John J. O'Connor's offer to have his archdiocese educate as many as 1,000 pupils in Catholic schools. Criticisms from Jewish and church-state separation groups; Merrill Lynch's promise to help finance O'Connor's plan.


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