"oops! talk about emotional... i did not respond to the so called ' meaningful parts' of your post, because... I did not notice any 'meaningful' parts in it.
sorry to disappoint you.
now, let's just say that Yes, you have…"
Well, in your case, "Grow the Hell up" appears to mean that maybe you should respond to the much more meaningful parts of my post, instead of the meaningless ones like "Grow the Hell up". Why didn't you respond…"
"To Mark Martin,
I'm appalled at your intolerance. You evidently have never been a teacher in America and have no clue how difficult it is to find a job at a school, religious or otherwise. When the only position available is at a…"
"How very depressing . I was expecting more from this forum. To all the 'it pays the bills' brigade : So, as long as it pays the bills, all is fine? What about self respect? What about integrity? And, what about,…"
"There are religious teachers in public schools who teach evolution, but profess not to believe it themselves. Still, they teach it because it's their job. Therefore, I don't see why an atheist can't be a Catholic (or any other…"
"I have to comment on this because it hits home for me on a personal level. I am a math/science teacher, an Atheist, and I've taught at a private Catholic all-girls school. The nuns that ran the school knew that I was not Catholic…"
"probably not openly.
i went to Catholic school, and I'm pretty sure I had some non-Catholic teachers, and I'm also pretty sure they weren't allowed to discuss that kind of stuff with us.
What I wonder about, though, is: Are…"
"Yes, of course, especially in Ireland and the U.K. The majority of schools here follow a religious ethos of some kind and I know several people that teach in these schools who are atheist or agnostic. It's out of necessity and lack of an option…"
"One's conviction could be, as was mentioned, ameliorating the unopposed indoctrination......as well as teach kids in an envirnment that is better than many other schools, due to the nature of the selection, at least in the UK."
"Can a Catholic school teacher be an atheist? Certainly. Obviously. Without a doubt there are atheists who teach at Catholic schools so the question is self evidently true.
Probably what you wanted to ask was SHOULD an atheist teach at a Catholic…"