Exemptions from religion for all in RC high schools

Click the link below to view the CRIPE newsletter about the ability of any student to obtain exemptions from religious programs and courses in Roman Catholic separate high schools.

Although the school will say that every student is required to take one religion course in each year, and that the student must attend “mass” and religious retreats, this is not so.  The exemption applies for any student of any, or no, religion.  This includes students who are baptized Roman Catholics as long as their “school support” is designated “public”.

2013-Winter-#110        2014-Spring-#113

For detailed information, and for answers to your questions, go to  www.myexemption.com

A court case has confirmed that Roman Catholic high schools must obey the law.

Erazo v D-P CD School Board


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