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Flat White

Santa Sabina school’s “religious revolution”

23 March 2018

12:08 PM

23 March 2018

12:08 PM

The trousers were the tip of the iceberg at Sydney Catholic girls schools Santa Sabina College. With the trousers down, more has been revealed. Yet unfortunately, there is only one way Santa Sabina will listen to the concerns of its parents—many of whom are devout Maronite Catholic—over the Principal, Maree Herrett’s revolutionary sexual beliefs.

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