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Loyola Chicago students question Catholic school’s emphasis on Christmas



CatholicChristmasSome students are complaining that Loyola University Chicago puts a greater emphasis on Christmas than on other religious holidays, such as Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim holiday marking the end of Ramadan.

Whereas 60 percent of the 2016 freshman class identifies as Roman Catholic, with the other 40% split among all other religious affiliations, the student paper asserts that just 5% of all students are Muslim.



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  1. Shame on the Jesuits and even Pope Francis to support the huge number of Muslims. I just want to tell you that Muslims will not stop until they turn the school (for that matter) the country into a Muslim entity. Look at Europe……….its awful.