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"W. Catholic religious Return To Their Roots
The school has turned out many priests, nuns and brothers."
By David O'Reilly
Inquirer Staff Writer
Did the drinking fountains at West (Philadelphia) Catholic High School dispense holy water?
That may explain the astonishing number of priests, nuns and religious brothers who have poured out of that urban brick fortress at Chestnut and 45th Streets - many of whom returned yesterday for a special reunion.
Since its founding as a boys' school in 1916, and the addition of the girls' school in 1926, West Catholic has turned out more than 1,000 religious sisters, 600 priests, at least 300 Christian Brothers, six bishops, and Cardinal John O'Connor, the late archbishop of New York - Class of '38.
That may be a record for any Catholic high school in America, according to West Catholic's president, Brother Timothy Ahern.
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