The Universe announced, carrying a photograph of Judith Keppel,
the first winner of the million pounds in the TV programme, ‘ Who Wants to be a
Then followed the claim:
‘The benefits of a good convent education were underscored this week
by the success of Judith Keppel in winning the top prize on TV’s, "Who Wants to be A
Judith, 58, of Fulham, who went to St Mary’s Convent School in Wantage,
Oxfordshire, coolly sailed through 15 questions to become the first person to scoop the
million in the British version of the hit show. Watching in the studio audience was her
daughter Rosie, 28, who attended St Mary’s Catholic School in Ascot, Berkshire.
Wantage parish priest Fr Peter Turbitt told The Universe that St
Mary’s was actually a high Anglican convent school run by the Sisters of Wantage, but many
Catholic parents used to sent their daughters there.
The school is now run by lay staff and known as St Mary’s School, but
publicity officer Chris Bullmore said standards were still high.
‘It shows that convent girls did get a very good education.’
So it wasn’t a Roman Catholic school after all, but was actually an
Anglican school which has now become a lay school, known as St Mary’ School.
Rome will do anything to bolster up advantage by self-acclaimed
accomplishments which are actually lies. The school was an Anglican school and not a Roman
Catholic School; and then they drag in her daughter’s school, the Roman Catholic School at
Ascot in Berkshire, in order to make a connection between the two St Mary’s.
We are told that the public read the headlines, so the headlines got the
message over for Rome; the message that it is convent schools have an advantage over all
If you want to have your daughter win, ‘Who Wants to be an
Millionaire’ then make sure you send her to a Roman Catholic Convent School.