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Leading The Post-Vatican II Battle For Catholic Schools, Daphne McLeod, RIP …

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The sad news of the death of Daphne McLeod [left] has just arrived in my inbox, emailed by a mutual friend who has written to say that she first went into hospital about a month ago.  Then, yesterday morning she had “taken a turn for the worse” and passed away yesterday evening, Sunday 3rd January, at about 7 p.m.  I’m not sure of Daphne’s exact age but she was somewhere in her nineties. 

Daphne was one of the first people to realise the damage being done to Catholic education, following Vatican II.  She had been the Head of an infants’ school and was possessed of a strong Catholic sense, which included realising the importance of sound teaching in the Faith.  

After she retired, Daphne worked voluntarily in her parish, schooling the Confirmation class.  Once, on a visit to her home for a few days’ holiday, I had the pleasure of…

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