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If you give a mouse a cookie: Papal apology just the beginning of bigger grievance industry push

Calgary Herald: 'At Calgary’s Hillhurst United Church — while of a Christian denomination separate from Catholicism — congregants gathered Sunday to hear from Tony Snow, the United Church’s Indigenous minister for southern Alberta. He acknowledged the Pope’s apology as “a start,” similar to the United Church’s two apologies for its role in the residential school system in the late 20th century.'

Besides the limited abuse that occurred in select residential schools, which was deplorable, the project of bringing illiterate people into the modern world was motivated by good intentions as was all efforts to save unbaptized souls from perdition.

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