Having attended Catholic schools in Olney, Md., throughout her life, Kellie Ileto found a decidedly more diverse setting when she arrived at the University of Rochester in the fall of 2006.
"It was the first time I was put in an environment where Catholicism wasn't the prominent aspect, where I had to go out and seek it myself," recalled Ileto, 21.
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Because of the continuing scandal at ACORN, I am asking all my readers and Catholic bloggers to once again to call for the shutting down of CCHD. Once shut down, reform it, so that money goes only to Catholic organizations that are faithful to the Church, not to organizations that may go against the teachings of the Church. The only way that Archbishop Wuerl and the members of the USCCB will get the message is if we stop funding them.