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School removes ‘Christ the Savior’ from ‘Silent Night’

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Todd Starnes
Fox News
December 20, 2013

A New York school district is in hot water with moms and dads after educators removed all religious references in “Silent Night,” a religious Christmas carol about the birth of Christ.

“It’s kind of insulting,” parent Robert Dowd told television station WCBS. His child attends Ralph J. Osgood Intermediate School in Kings Park, Long Island.

Many parents and concert goers were stunned last week when boys and girls sang the familiar Christmas carol – sans the references to Jesus. The words “Holy Infant,” “Round yon virgin” and “Christ the Savior” were taken out. Instead, the phrase “sleep in heavenly peace” was used.

School Superintendent Susan Agruso told the Kings Park Patch that the words were removed to prevent non-Christians from being offended.

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This article was posted: Friday, December 20, 2013 at 11:21 am





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