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    The chaplain we support here in Qld is on $24 an hour!

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    Quote Originally Posted by teenie View Post
    The chaplain we support here in Qld is on $24 an hour!
    Similar here.
    Like the "National Curriculum" I think there is no across the board truth in terms of chaplains wages, qualifications and religious backgrounds.
    Rural vs regional, state vs state etc...

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    I am not religious, but DH is catholic. DD was baptized and attends a catholic primary school.

    At first I was a little offput by the amount of religion that the kids learn ... but they certainly push a heavy values base along with the religious stuff so I am pretty ok with it.

    She will attend a private Anglican high school. The public school in my area is very well regarded, so we did have a lot of choices - but in the end decided that the private school was the best choice for her.

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