More critiques of school by former catholic school principal . #ottnews #onpoli #onelxn @calphonso @endreg274

This very liberal catholic principal ran an OCSB catholic school with less than 50% of the kids even nominally Catholic.

This was his scathing critique. Please read and share!:


He has written more, with some interesting questions:

My daughter was supposed to be entering JK in the Fall and we’ve chosen not to enrol her, because 36 kids stuffed into a play-based program with limited resources and objects being thrown at the teacher’s head is not my idea of a good learning environment for ANY child. It fills me with sadness that as a public school teacher I don’t feel safe enrolling my own child in my local public school.


How are we served by a trustee system where local representatives are part-time at best and totally dependant on school board staff for the information they need to make decisions that affect thousands of children?

Do the rights of the student really come first in a system where hiring is done based on how many years you have existed on a seniority list?

How are we served by school board superintendents who are not accountable to anyone and have the ultimate authority over everything that matters to children in our schools? In a public school system, why are these people so far removed from public scrutiny?


Get your kids OUT of government/union run schools!! Superintendents are like the Phoenix pay execs of the federal government!! 

#catholic school “chaplains” attack faithful Catholic teen. @archtoronto #tcdsb #onelxn #onpoli #ycdsb #ocsb

A great article by a faithful Catholic student who attends a public school.

One of my other friends said on Ash Wednesday, homeroom teachers were reminded on the P.A. system to say a prayer after ashes were distributed. She was the only person in her class to line up for ashes, but more disturbingly, according to my friend, the teacher smirked at the end and asked sarcastically if anybody wanted to say a prayer. (They didn’t.)

Judged by what friends tell me, teachers are sometimes as unenthusiastic or detached from the faith as the students. All the Catholic values that school boards try to instil depend upon these significant people. Not all teachers, of course, are passive about encouraging the faith, but some are. And that is too many.


(Gamboa, 17, is a Grade 12 student at Markville Public Secondary School in Markham, Ont.)


Her anecdotes are similar to hundreds our blog hears about (eg. a teacher comparing abortion to making an omelette!).


It also explains why Catholic school grad results are equal or worse from a Catholic morality perspective.


What do Catholic school “chaplains” (they are not really chaplains, they are chaplaincy leaders; only priests can be chaplains) do when they read this wonderful article?? They attack her!

They call her an “outsider” not a sister in Christ. They say the TRUTH harms “the truth”. Thank goodness the paper tweeted support for the rebuttal against CSCO.


For CSCO, it is not about trying to improve and teach orthodox Catholicism – it is about protecting their 90-$100K “professional Catholic” jobs and hiding from parents how non-Catholic their school system really is!









UPDATE: more attacks.. Now she is 2nd class Catholic because sje doesnt belong to a Catholic ( really pseudo Catholicp) community!!



Apparently, going to prom is a “human right” for muslims in catholic schools . #ocsb #dpcdsb #tcot #catholic

Ramadan: May 18 to June 14.

Exam Dates: June 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 2018


This fellow insists on Prom in the 4 days before final exams or crazy early in May with rain and cool temps!!


It’s upsetting because our school community and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic School Board has always boasted about being diverse and accepting differences, but failed to do so here.

As a student I feel excluded. I feel as though my beliefs have been disregarded and unvalued. I don’t think they made the effort to understand the meaning behind Ramadan and respect it or our religion in general.” Said Neha Ahmed, a senior at St. Francis Xavier Secondary School.”


I cannot believe the sense of entitlement this student has! Of course, the school board and school has been sucking up to these students in order to keep enrollment up. And now it comes back to bite them.


This student does not want tolerance. He wants submission!


(On another note, it is incredible how the Grade 11 World Religions course is a total whitewash of Islam and their “prophet” Mohammed. Catholic students don’t even know that Jesus was the final true prophet!!

More Judases who signed proabort attestion! Including Order of Malta in the Ottawa Archdiocese Office! @archtoronto #catholic #prolife

Great work by Lifesite on this article:

Old article:


Ottawa groups include St Joe’s and the Shepherds of Good Hope. The Mission did NOT sign attestation! Move your donations there and tell St Joe’s and SGH!


This group is at Kilborn place, the Archdiocese centre for Ottawa!


update: Knights are a great folks!! Thanks for the clarification. Many groups dont write a letter like this






Some others not mentioned before?




New LGBTQ indoctrination space for children in Ottawa. #tcot #catholic

Seeking $10M in donations. Whatever corporations don’t donate, I am sure the govt will pick up the rest! Yasir Naqvi was at the announcement and tweeted about it

Not a museum, more of an indoctrination facility for school groups on things like “Gender Elephant”. I am sure all the Grade 8 grad trips to Ottawa will now include this on their itinerary . Monitor carefully at your school trip starting in 2021!!

What is the PINK AGENDA of CCGSD?:

Genderbread Elephant:

Top Blog posts this year #ocsb #prolife #catholic #ottnews

We have done over 450 blog posts – mainly on OCSB and OECTA but also on a wide variety of topics. Here are the top posts that have been read this year (some are from years ago but still very applicable)

Please just google catholic intelligence blog and some/all words from the title to read and SHARE!!





From Genderbread to Gender Unicorn to Gender Elephant. #cathed #catholic #catholicteachers @archtoronto #ocsb #tcdsb


UPDATE: good commentary here:


OECTA’s genderbread person and also gender unicorn are soooo old fashioned. Kids must now learn about gender Elephant!! Now that E is taken, we expect Gender Ferret and Gender Gorilla and Gender Hamster to come next





OCSB is quite proud of teaching kids about taking hormones and girls “binding”



They totally refuse to teach the Social Compendium of the Church about accepting your birth sex (#224)







Selfish #OECTA guidance to members. #onpoli #ottnews


Pdf of oecta msg to members








Some points:

  • Still going on about mike harris from 2002!
  • Angry about wage freeze during mega financial crisis of 2008 when so many private sector were losing jobs
  • ZERO concern about deficits or $350B debt for our children
  • ZERO concern for issues like conscience rights for doctors
  • To OECTA, the carbon tax exists to bring in $2B is revenue to pay for bureaucrats and teachers
  • No concern about making Ontario better for investment so that more well-paying private sector jobs are available in manufacturing etc
  • No concern about energy poverty that people are living under with Hydro rates
  • Seem to think that pharmacare is “free” as opposed to “taxpayer funded”
  • Seem to be expecting big pay raises under NDP even if there is a recession in next 4 years.
  • Implies Ford is racist (offensive statements on minorities) when Ford actually has a huge multi-racial “Ford nation”
  • OECTA shows no concern for the HUGE healthcare crisis (wait times, doctors leaving province, aging demographics)
  • No concern of costs to province of a sanctuary province that NDP proposes for illegal immigrants.



If you want continued underfunding of healtcare, and NDP under the thumb of whiny teachers union leaders, then feel free to vote the NDP in and Rae Days will come when our debt explodes!!





How bad is it for active Catholic teens in “#Catholic” schools. Very bad! #oecta #ocsb #catholicteachers #catholicedwk @archtoronto

Basically almost all teens are “baptized pagans”



““People  are ‘Catholic’ and going to Catholic schools, but they’re not really Catholic as in they  don’t believe in God or if they believe in God, they don’t believe in the Catholic faith. So you go to Catholic school and you’re forced to go to religion class, but then in religion class you’re not even told the truth about religion. So these people have misconceptions of what being Catholic is, but they’re in Catholic schools. So they’re  specifically Catholic, so I feel that they become bitter to being Catholic.



1.3.1. Religion in Catholic Schools

The most frequent comment about religion at school was that people are
largely non-religious, in various ways. Some noted that many Catholic youth
attending Catholic schools are not at all interested in Catholicism, in terms of either
practice or identification. Vanessa, an active volunteer in her community, spoke with
a twinge of disdain about her relationship with the religious structure of Catholic
school: “I’ve never been at a Public school but for me, you don’t really see that it’s Catholic other that you have monthly masses and prayer in the morning.”

 Ryan, who explained the dynamic with his non-practicing peers: “Well you could call them
Catholic; they’ve been baptized and have been to the Catholic schools and they’ve
received communion and confirmation and everything so […] they don’t go to mass,
like we have once a month we have mass at school where a priest comes to school to
do a mass um, and most of the people they will skip.”
Jocelyn, a Disciple Leader in her early 20s, expressed a same attitude: “People
are ‘Catholic’ and going to Catholic schools, but they’re not really Catholic as in they
don’t believe in God or if they believe in God, they don’t believe in the Catholic faith. So you go to Catholic school and you’re forced to go to religion class, but then in religion class you’re not even told the truth about religion. So these people have
misconceptions of what being Catholic is, but they’re in Catholic schools. So they’re
specifically Catholic, so I feel that they become bitter to being Catholic.” This
underscores an important point regarding a perceived ambivalence among the nonengaged
Catholic youth in Catholic schools. In Jocelyn’s view, this is due to a lack of
evangelical culture in schools—one that would support personal religious
engagement and take religion more seriously.
Interviewees talked about the struggles they faced within this environment
in trying to be openly religious. Jocelyn went on to explain how religiously engaged
students were negatively perceived and why: “When you’re in a Catholic school and
you are super, super Catholic, I feel like the people who aren’t Catholic or Catholic in
name only, look at you as the outsider. I almost feel like if you go to Catholic school…
you go to Catholic school and the thing you bond over is that you go to Catholic
school but you’re not really Catholic and you don’t really care.” Again, she
underlines the negative association with religion within school culture, i.e. being a
religiously engaged Catholic at a Catholic school is uncool. John, a small and
thoughtful youth participant of, spoke of his friend’s experience of falling out of
religion: “His parents went to church but they gave him a choice: ‘If you want to, you
can go to church on Sundays, but you don’t have to.’ And most of the time he didn’t
go to church.” John pointed out that the norm was not to engage in religion, even if
one had a deep desire otherwise. Sometimes academic and social pressures got in
the way of fulfilling religious goals. Carry, aged 18 and struggling over her active
religious identity, reflected on her internal conflict: “I’m supposed to be in the
chapel now and I’m supposed to pray, because a lot of the time, praying is pushed
aside, like I got all these assignments and tests to study for so praying kind of got left
in the way side. But having that reminder and having people being like, ‘Where were
you? You missed praying, we missed you. This was your idea!’” Though she had
trouble finding the time and putting in the effort to reach her goals, her friends
helped her stay on track, which made her feel better.
Many of the adults spoke of these same issues within Catholic schools. Father
Stéphane, in an outspoken manner, reiterated the problems of a “culture faith,” and
that high school was more inclined to a “culture of fear; there’s an awful lot of fear in
high schools, fear of not belonging, fear of not being accepted, fear of not fitting in.”
This has an effect not only on students, but also on teachers, in their attitudes
against fully engaging the pedagogy and practice of Catholicism. Father Stéphane
lamented the reality of a culture of accommodation rather than evangelization.
Marilyn presented similar views on the problems with Catholic schools. “Our
schools are not imbued with the Catholic faith because we have non-Catholic
teachers in our Catholic schools, we have teachers who are Catholic in name only
and don’t practice our Catholic faith. And the kids know that.” She felt that teachers,
course material, and parents were equally to blame for the lukewarm and lackluster
way that Catholicism was being perceived and taught. These interviewees viewed
schools as places of overwhelming ambivalence that posed a challenge for those
adults and students who wished to live their religious identities more actively.

1.3.2. Perceptions of Public Schools
In contrast to the polarizing experiences of Catholic school, many of the
participants viewed public schools as places where someone can more safely
express their religious identity within a pluralism of different identities. Marilyn
reflected, “In a public school, you can be Hindu, Muslim, Evangelical with a Bible
under your arm, you can be Catholic, nobody cares because everyone does their own
thing. In a Catholic school, you are either Catholic geek or you’re cool.” Jocelyn also
reflected this idea, based on her personal experience of going to public school with a
great number of different Christian denominations, where everyone got along
without conflict over religious identity. Tied to his negative experience in Catholic
school, Ryan expressed the desire to go to public schools or privately funded
Catholic school in order to more fully express his religious identity.
Not all perceptions of public school were positive, however. Some young
participants expressed that public schools could not accommodate their needs for
developing a more engaged religious identity. John spoke of his friend who wanted
to practice her faith in public school but could not. Bradley, aged 16, spoke of how
religion class in public school just wasn’t fun because it lacked in content and
enthusiasm, which left him disappointed. Amanda, aged 14 and also shy, spoke of
the awkward cultural divide between Catholic and public schools: “In the morning
we have prayers, which are like I don’t know I find it nice; one day there’s kids on
the bus who go to public school, and they don’t understand why we had prayers in
the morning.” Other interview participants shared this experience of being singled
out, but such experiences were not exclusively with public school students. They
problems these interviewees felt were related to their level of engagement in
religious activities and religious identity

#OCSB was an almost no-show at #marchforlife in 2018. #catholicedwk #s2bgn #ottnews #prolife #cathed

OCSB 2018 is down to about 25 kids out of 15000 attending March for Life (0.16%). They have always been very poor compared to Toronto area school boards (who drive 6hrs!), but this is a new low.

In 2013, eight of nine Catholic high schools in Ottawa, approximately 195 students attended the four-hour March For Life event.

Since then, they have been in steady decline. Their “2018 Catholic Education Week” included dancing to dirty lyrics but March for Life was not even a ripple


2018: Only 2-3 OCSB schools out of 15 high schools:




OCSB St Matthews in 2015:    Screenshot_2018-05-12-12-30-52


In 2018: Halton HCDSB (6hrs from Toronto) had 3x more students than OCSB!!:



No OCSB trustees or superintendents were present at the March. However OCSB does have at least one trustee who goes to the Pride parade. $175K/year and no time to go to a prolife mass? This is what is called “Professional Catholics”.

The leader of the pro-abortion masked illegal protest march is a graduate of St Paul’s High and former head of their GSA (Kate aka KJ Forman)

Proabort OECTA and the trustee support of proabort We Day etc seems to having its desired effect. PRO-ABORT STUDENTS!







The farce of a French “Catholic” school in #Stittsville . #onted #onpoli #catholicedWeek #ottnews

As a followup to this:



More on state of Ottawa schooling:


We know that on the English side, Church attendance is <5% of kids from OCSB going to Mass on a weekly basis.

Now, how many of these French “catholic” families go to Mass?? The nearest parish is 20kms away!

Their website doesn’t even look remotely Catholic:


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But they can make deals with Football clubs to build domes so they can attract more students to their empire!


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What does dancing to this song have to do with #catholicedweek? #catholicedwk #ottnews @ottawacitizen @ctvottawa


Check out @FontaineOLMC’s Tweet:

Dancing to the following song at around 0:13






#TCDSB Boy wearing makeup. Just in time for #Cathedweek . #oecta #catholicteachers @archtoronto






Honestly, it was very supportive.’

But perhaps a bigger surprise to some was the Kodra received from his family and friends at Bishop Allen Academy, a Catholic school in Etobicoke.

“Honestly, it was very supportive.”

Kodra comes from a “traditional Albanian background,” but explains that his dad was one of his biggest supporters along with his two best friends — both male, both Albanian…

Besides taking the perfect selfie,  Kodra says, a big part of his goal is to “break down that stigma and that social barrier.”

“I want little guys and little girls to know that they don’t have to be feminine or masculine — they can be whatever they want.”

JUDASES! Why did these Ontario “catholic” groups sign the Summer Jobs proabort attestation?


St Joe’s Ottawa (no surprise – OMI Oblates – former priest was Bishop Crosby).. Waterloo “Catholic” School board (formerly run by Roger lawler) in Hamilton diocese (Bishop Crosby) .. almost all the French “catholique” school boards.. a few issues under Bishop Bergie in St Catherines..

a parish in Gatineau

What will the Bishops do??

The Ukrainians are fixing the issue! God Bless them!!

Ukrainian Eparchy statement 



Will Archdiocese o Toronto cut Cross Cultural off?

Catholic children’s aid toronto:

Caatholic Childrens Aid Toronto










Note: one farm that was on here has now been taken down. Owners did not authorize an employee to apply. Thank you!!!

PS: also


and the Bishop (Eveque) of Baie-Comeau



also: summer7








Covenant Health:


Why Johnny Stopped Going to Church part 2. “Catholic Education Week” #ocsb #oecta #tcdsb @archtoronto #catholicteachers

As a followup to this:

We expect the following graph from Part 2 of Topping’s articles to be even worse for Canada (specifically Ontario). Cornwall diocese is already down to 9% active Catholic out of whole Catholic population (much worse than 22% on the USA graph). As well, 97% of Australian grads from “catholic” schools in Australia do not go to mass.


Good analyses! BE CATHOLIC!! 100%!


Word .doc of ACBO Education letter written by Bishop Bergie, Roger Lawler et al


It is the LAMEST letter ever. “All is fine!! Just a few minor things to fix and a new coat of paint”

Here is Bishop Crosby speaking of the Letter. Bishop Crosby has done ZERO to support the “Sanctity of Life” motion in HCDSB!!

Will the Bishops agree to renew their promise to make sure children receive an AUTHENTIC Catholic education (no genderbread ideology, no pro abortion charities, etc). Will ACBO get rid of Liberal Party proabort Roger Lawler? Will the Bishops do something about proabort catholic politicians proudly receiving Eucharist?

Will OECTA agree to stop pushing anti-Catholic ideas and be LOYAL to the Church’s teachings? Will CARFLEO Religion teachers teach the TRUE teachings of Catholicism and where other world religions are false?



Meanwhile it is “Catholic Education Week” in Ontario next week..

Let’s dance hip-hop on the Titanic as it sinks!! Yeahhh!!




Cardus results: