As I was surfing the web yesterday, I can across this CNN story on the annual March for Life.
In the story, two Catholic high school students are interviewed:
Alex Perry, 16, and Will Stancil, 17, were given the day off from their school. They attend a Catholic high school in Hyattsville, Maryland, where, they said, many of their friends and classmates are pro-choice.
"There's very few who are pro-life in our school, even though it is encouraged," Perry said.
"Nobody forces it on you. No one tries to sway you one way or the other. Everyone knows it's a really personal decision," Stancil said.
Now, I am not going to come down hard on these students, they gave a very honest opinion.
But, what does it say about how good a job we are doing as Catholics, esp. our schools, if this is what are young people are thinking and saying.
Oh, the only Catholic high school that fits this bill, from Hyattsville, is DeMatha.