Among the many celebrated geniuses of whom the Catholic faith can boast who have left undying fruits in literature and art especially, besides other fields of learning, and to whom civilization and religion are ever in debt, highest stands the name of Dante Alighieri, the sixth centenary of whose death will soon be recorded. Never perhaps has his supreme position been recognized as it is today. Not only Italy, justly proud of having given him birth, but all the civil nations are preparing with special committees of learned men to celebrate his memory that the whole world may pay honour to that noble figure, pride and glory of humanity.
I find that usually the books teens and other age groups are discouraged from reading are the best. My school doesn't have any banned books, but my friend goes to a catholic private school and the list is list ten pages long. It doesn't even have to be a school list. Any banned books please thanks.
"An Ohio senior is suspended today from the fundamentalist Baptist school he has attended since kindergarten for attending a public school prom.
The Courier in Findlay, Ohio, reports that Tyler Frost, 17, danced and held hands with his girlfriend at the Findlay High prom, attended by about 800 students.
Heritage Christian School forbids dancing, hand holding and rock music. Frost's grandmother, Karen Frost, who teaches at Heritage Christian, said she had been praying for her grandson to 'make the right decision' and skip the prom.
But Frost told the website he never wavered from his decision to attend with Rebecca Smooty.
Heritage principal Tim England said Frost will receive an 'incomplete' on remaining assignments and will be banned from graduation ceremonies, but will receive his diploma after completing his finals.
Frost's father, Stephan Johnson, said the suspension is unfair and that he plans to sue the school."
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