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  1. Jeff Johnson, Collegeville
    6 years ago

    For close to twenty years, I have been suggesting to my seniors that they should consider the University of Minnesota Morris; every admission cycle I write about 25 letters, and some end up in their admissions office. I write to tell you that I will never ever recommend Morris again. Why? Because I am utterly offended by the escapades this summer of UMM Professor Paul.Z Myers. His public desire to degrade the Eucharist has shocked Catholics around the world. You might wonder about the logic of judging a school by a single faculty member, but then ask yourself if students from a Catholic school should have any business with a University that would hire such a person. Would he defile something Jewish? Islamic?

    Of course not. His hate speech simply represents the contempt for Catholicism that is epidemic in this country. Among the things I don't understand is why my tax dollars fund this.

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