Talk:Saint Paul University
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The first, top, photo is that of "Deschâtelets Residence" not of St. Paul University.
This Residence, formerly St. Joseph's Scholasticate, is owned and operated by the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. In addition to being an Oblate community, room and board in the house are reserved for priests, religious men and women, and students who want to live in a religious house during their studies in Ottawa. User:220.127.116.11
P.R. department, anyone?
I've reverted a complete re-write of the main body of the article which sounds suspiciously like it came from the university's public affairs department (or equivalent). Wikipedia is intended to be a general interest encyclopedia. The previous edit had more factual information, links to other articles and was in the third person. Editors are welcome to correct or clarify any factual errors, but kindly do not completely remove the previous contributions. -Dhodges 18:31, 27 October 2006 (UTC)
Please note that the coordinates in this article need fixing as: The coordinates are incorrect. There mailing address is 223 Main Street, Ottawa, ON
- Thanks. Fixed. -- User:Docu
I read that there were allegations that Saint Paul University was a sort of revolving door for problem priests. Perhaps this could be included in the article if more relevant sources were found.  ADM (talk) 10:41, 23 June 2009 (UTC)