On Wednesday, Mexico’s senate approved a constitutional reform that could pave the way for religious education in public schools. During the controversial debate, the Senate was closed off to the public, because legislators feared protesters would interrupt the proceedings. (Photo: Wikipedia)
Mexico’s Senate approved a constitutional reform on Wednesday that could pave the way for religious education in the country’s public schools, and ease restrictions that currently ban faith groups from owning media outlets, or participating in politics.
The reform, which comes on the heels of Pope Benedicts XVI’s visit to the country, is widely seen as a victory for the Catholic Church in Mexico, where the state has historically placed strict limits on the Church’s role in education and politics.
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